Black Sabbath coming to Universal Halloween Horror Nights

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For a band that dates back to 1968, Black Sabbath is having an excellent year. Their latest album, "13," is the first to ever land in the number one spot on the Billboard 200 and now the band is getting their own haunted maze at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood.

According to a press release from Universal Studios Hollywood, the maze is based on the darkest Black Sabbath lyrics from throughout their career and will incorporate 3D video.

The maze will take visitors through graveyards, madhouses and even battlefields and even bring them face to face with Lucifer, the press release states. Black Sabbath front man Ozzy Osbourne says the band is excited to be getting a haunted maze, adding, "I've seen the drawings of what it will look like when it's finished and it looks amazing. I can't wait to walk through it on opening night in September."

"Black Sabbath 13 3D" joins mazes inspired by "The Walking Dead" and the movie "Evil Dead." Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 20 at both the Hollywood and Orlando theme parks.

Check out a video of the official announcement below:

Photo/Video credit: Universal Studios