As teased last week, Ozzy Osbourne shared the new video for his hit single ‘Straight To Hell’! The video pits anti-authority protesters against riot police with Ozzy singing the track too. ‘Straight To Hell’ features Slash of Guns N Roses on guitar. The song comes from the forthcoming new album, Ordinary Man. Watch the video now!Continue reading
As promised by Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne will drop new music in the form of a single tomorrow. You can hear a snippet of the track below. Ozzy’s new studio album is tentatively due in January. Ozzy recently provided guest vocals on Post Malone’s song “Take What You Want”, a session overseen by producer Andrew Watt, and it led to Osbourne and Watt collaborating on Ozzy’s 12th solo LP. Zakk Wyldereportedly has not worked on the new album and so we are curious to hear the new music as well. Ozzy recently postponed his European 2020 tour dates back to 2021. According to Live Nation Sweden, the new European tour dates will now take place “in the first half of 2021.” The American dates remain in place for now.
Recently we heard from Ozzy Osborne about how his recovery is going and how he still intends to honor the final legs of his No More Tours 2 dates in 2020 and 2021. In the meant time, you can enter this contest to dress up as “your favorite Ozzy” from any of his albums to win a copy of his new See You On The Other Side box set, due out Friday, November 29 on Sony Legacy. The Halloween costume contest launches October 23 and runs through November 1st on all Ozzy’s social media channels. Ten lucky winners will receive an Ozzy autographed bone, similar to the one featured on the box set cover, and a chance to be featured in costume on Ozzy’s social media. Please click here for all contest details.Continue reading
In a video post yesterday, Ozzy Osbourne updated fans on his current recovery from illness and injury in 2019. He has again been forced to postpone his planned final tour of the UK with Judas Priest that was planned for this coming January. Priest has now commented: Continue reading
UPDATED: Ozzy Osbourne is one the comeback trail from his last few years of maladies and issues. He has shared he is recovering, and emphatically not dying, and sends a heartfelt apology to his fans, band, crew, Judas Priest and everyone left waiting for him to recover. Of note, Ozzy postponed his European tour again (according to Live Nation Sweden), from next spring to 2021. No word as yet about rescheduling his US dates, which are supposed to be next summer. He ended off by reiterating a new Ozzy solo album is in the works for 2020. Continue reading
In a story we have followed closely at Ghost Cult, Metal Hammer has triumphantly published their first new issue since almost going out of business late last year. Metal Hammer #293 features a world exclusive interview with Ozzy Osbourne on the retirement of Black Sabbath, who recently completed their “The End” tour in Birmingham on February 1st. The interview was conducted by Avenged Sevenfold frontman M Shadows.
As the last bits of black confetti floated down from the rafters to the floor, three of the four original members of Black Sabbath posed for a photo while hugging tight in a semi-circle, and the roaring crowd behind them chanted for “one-more-song”. This was the scene for the closing seconds of the final show from the greatest band in metal history. Continue reading
Legendary metal forefathers Black Sabbath are playing the final show of their final world tour tonight in their hometown of Birmingham, England. The band has announced a live stream of the end of their final show, taking place later tonight. Details are below:Continue reading
Black Sabbath kicked off their final dates of their farewell tour this past weekend. Watch fan-filmed footage of the band performing at 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland below:Continue reading
Submitted for your approval, the year is 1991. Already a bang up year for monumental rock and metal releases, Soundgarden releases Badmotorfinger on the now defunct A&M records sets the heavy music world on its ear. Sure in the climate where Nirvana’sNevermind was climbing the charts and Metallica’s “Black Album” was already a legit hit too. Residing right in the middle, just as the “Seattle” craze was capturing people wad Soundgarden. That Badmotorfinger would go on to be the defining moment in their career wasn’t a surprise considering their history.