Continuing our coverage of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, we have exclusive photos from Black Sabbath: 13 3D, one of this year's new attractions. Kristian and Fernanda Hanson were invited by Universal to check out the event for Daily Dead and here's what Kristian had to say:

"Black Sabbath is one of the most prolific metal bands in history and now they have their own maze at Halloween Horror Nights. The maze from the beginning is a lot of fun with the addition of the 3D paint and the glasses that are given to the guests. Each room has different songs playing from the prolific band, and the one room that had the biggest impact was the War Pigs room where a nuclear attack is taking place. Definitely a fun maze and one that will leave the Sabbath fans happy in regards to the visuals and the songs that were chosen for the maze."

On top of the exclusive photos below, we also have some videos thanks to Dan McNeely from ThemeParkHD! Ozzy Osbourne showed up with his family catch them briefly in the second video. Here's more information on the maze:

"Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler from Black Sabbath, the celebrated, multi-platinum rock band that pioneered the Heavy Metal genre with their dark and doom-laden sounds, fused with lyrical themes of the occult, addiction, war and nuclear apocalypse, will be immortalized in an all-original, terrifying 3D maze, "Black Sabbath: 13 3D" at Universal Studios Hollywood's premier Halloween Horror Nights event, beginning September 20, 2013.

The new maze, based on the darkest lyrics from Black Sabbath's biggest hit songs and the only attraction at the horror event to incorporate 3D video, will also include scenes inspired by the legendary band's recently released Billboard #1 album, "13." A nightmarish landscape of doom will engulf guests as they enter "Black Sabbath: 13 3D" and traverse through horrifying graveyards, disturbing madhouses and bone-chilling battlefields.

Guests will come face to face with a heart-stopping Lucifer and his bride, blood-soaked dead bodies and bubbling pools of "radioactive water" while song's inspired by "Luke's Wall," "Iron Man," "Paranoid," "War Pigs," "Electric Funeral" and -- of course -- "Black Sabbath" violently penetrate the confines of the maze at high volume."