Black Sabbath: Music For the End of the World
It may not be Sabbath's lyrical best, but it all about the apocalypse, strewn with bodies burning, death machines, and a perpetual cycle of war.
"Hole In The Sky"
This may be Sabbath's best homage to the end of the world, with such lines as "I've seen the stars disappear in the sun" and "I've seen the western world go down in the east."
But if that doesn't get you, at least you can have some amusing thoughts with the more confusing "I'm living easy where the sun doesn't shine", which could be about living in a world with no sun from nuclear fallout, or about anal sex.