Ozzy Osborne Announces New Material

John Michael Osbourne, mostly known as Ozzy, is an English singer that fans know from the heavy metal band called Black Sabbath. Also, he adopted the suggestive nickname “The Prince of Darkness” which became an honest truth when he was fired from his group due to alcohol and drug problems. He started his solo career in 1979, and since then, he released ten albums.

 In the last ten years, his name almost disappeared from the public eye, but that will change soon because he is going to launch a new solo album in January 2020. His manager and wife, Sharon Osbourne, shared the information during an interview for SiriusXM, an American radio station. This album will be the 11th in his solo career, and the exciting fact is that he will do it at an advanced age: 70 years.

 On 29th November, fans will get the opportunity to buy The Box Set called “See You on the Other Side” that contains the ten albums he already launched and some other collections.

 The box set item titles are the following:

  1. Blizzard Of Ozz (1 LP)

  2. Crowley live (1 LP)

  3. Diary Of A Madman (1 LP)

  4. Bark At The Moon (1 LP)

  5. The Ultimate Sin (1 LP)

  6. Tribute (2 LP)

  7. No Rest For The Wicked (1 LP)

  8. Just Say Ozzy (1L P)

  9. No More Tears (for the first time as a 2 LP set)

  10. Live & Loud (3 LP)

  11. Ozzmosis (2 LP)

  12. Down To Earth (1 LP)

  13. Flippin’ The B Side

  14. Live At Budokan (2 LP)

  15. Black Rain (2 LP)

  16. Scream (2 LP)

 Ozzy Osbourne has an incredibly bad year in 2019 due to his health problems. His medical issues debuted in the first months of the year when he got pneumonia from severe flu complications. More than that, he even fell in his Los Angeles residence during his rehab period. The fall has brought some even older health problems from an ATV accident that took place back in 2003, and never completely healed.

 Ozzy has a complex spine surgery; therefore, his 2019 concerts were rescheduled for the next year. The latest news revealed that he would not honor the schedule because the rehab process is taking longer than everyone assumed. According to Live Nation, Ozzy’s first concerts will take place in North America during May 2020.

 Due to his huge popularity over the years, Ozzy’s life has even been observed and recorded in two TV reality shows, “The Osbournes” (2002-2005) and “Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour” (2016-2018). Beyond these TV reality shows, immortal videos and stunning live shows, we’ll be able to meet the legendary rock pioneer, starting November 21, into the new Ozzy Osbourne slot that is going to be launched by NetEnt, a company highly regarded for previously launched video slots like Guns N ‘Roses, Jimi Hendrix, Motorhead, Jumanji or Planet of the Apes. As all of these thrilling slots are already available online in the Unibet Casino, I bet we can try new Ozzy Osbourne slot still there, no later than December 2019.

 Ozzy’s career has brought him many awards and distinctions such as a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, an Ivor Novello Award, a Global Icon Award at MTV Europe Music gala, and much more. Heavy Metal Rock is a distinctive music genre invented and promoted by big names like Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, AC/DC, Motorhead, Black Sabbath, and many others.

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