The song features Osbourne’s longtime guitarist, Zak Wylde. You can listen to the track below.
“It’s pretty mind-blowing,” Wylde said in an interview with Follow last year. “If you would have told me when I was 14 years old in my bedroom practicing that I was going to be on an album with Ozzy, Tony Iommi, Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck – like all my heroes – I would have told you, you know, forget it.”
A day before the album’s release, Osbourne will perform at Los Angeles Rams halftime show. The game not only marks the first of the 2022 NFL season, but also the first time Osbourne has performed in front of a large crowd in nearly four years.
Osbourne also recently confirmed that he and his wife Sharon have decided to do so move back to the UKreferring to rising levels of gun violence in the U.S. “Everything is fucking ridiculous here. I’m sick of people getting killed every day,” he shared The Guardian last month. “God knows how many people have been shot in school shootings. And there it was mass shooting in Vegas at that concert. … It’s freaking crazy.”
The legendary singer’s absence from live performance is largely due to a number of health issues he has battled in recent years, including a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease in 2020 and several neck surgeries. But Osbourne said his decision to return to England has nothing to do with his medical obstacles. “I’m English. I want to go back,” he said. “It’s time for me to come home.”
Ozzy Osbourne Guitarists
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