The legendary heavy metal singer-songwriter, Ozzy Osbourne, has recorded a new album set for release this January.
According to his wife and manager, Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy was rejuvenated to go back into the studio, after his collaboration with rapper, Post Malone.
As many are aware, Ozzy had to cut his previous tour short, due to an illness he encountered, while on the road, leaving Ozzy depressed, as he healed. He recorded the upcoming album while he was at home recovering. And according to Sharon, recording this album has been a "huge boost" for him, and he's very excited about the project. She said that while he recovered, "He felt literally worthless. He would watch different things on TV, and he was watching a documentary on a band, and they were in their tour bus traveling. … He couldn’t watch it. He was near to tears, and he goes, ‘I miss my life. I want my life back.’ It’s been really hard on him. But he’s getting there. He’ll be back.”
Those waiting to see Ozzy live again - well, we have news there too. Sharon said that Ozzy is planning on completing the No More Tears 2 tour he postponed, but that this really will signal the end of his touring. Once we have more info on that tour, we will definitely share it.
The upcoming album's title and official release date have not yet been made known.