2018. This year the band will be spreading out the shows between Quebec and Ontario Canada. The band will also keep upgrading the stage props to give the fans the best of possible shows, as well as adding some new tunes to the repertoire. Be sure not to miss us in 2018.
2017. Holy Sabbath broke the ice by doing their first show in the province of Ontario, Canada. Other shows followed in Ottawa, Cornwall, and Oshawa.
2016. This is our Tenth anniversary, we'd like to thank all of our fans for sticking with us from 2006 and on. We also would like to thank all our new fans we have gathered throughout the decade. We love playing Sabbath for you more than you can imagine. It's because of you that we still keep this band alive. Thank You one and all!
2015. We would like to welcome our substitute drummer Jean-Marc Pustelnik who has filled in for our regular drummer Russel Labadie on occasion, and has done a wonderfull job in helping keep the band tight and true to the Sabbath sound.
2014. Vocalist Rob Chaisson (formerly from Wizards of Ozz) joins the band. Rob is a talented frontman who brings to the band what was missing... Ozzy's voice, and looks.
2013. Holy Sabbath kicks off their season by performing at bar Le Transit in Terrebonne Quebec, followed with a show at Bistro-Bar Réal Massé in Boucherville Quebec (May 16). Many more shows to be announced here on our "Shows" link, so stay tuned for the latest news and additions. The band will also be doing a photo shoot in a Castle and/or Cemetery (rumored to be haunted). The photos will be posted exclusively on the band website.
2012. Holy Sabbath celebrated a very successful year, first and foremost with the arrival of it's new bass player Gil Halo on January 7. Rehearsals during the winter proved to be very fruitful, resulting in the first show with the new line-up at East Angus Quebec during the month of May. It was clear from that show, that Holy Sabbath was not just your average bar band. The next show was to be the biggest the band had done yet... the D-Tox Festival in Montebello Quebec, sharing the stage with great bands such as KORN, Bad Religion, Voivod, Dream Theatre, and other popular bands. Several other shows followed in different parts of Quebec.