It’s no!!“Prince Of Darkness” Ozzy Osbourne says a big no and shoots down the idea of another Black Sabbath show. Recently in an interview with Rolling Stone, Ozzy shot down the idea of reunification with the band for a performance.
He confessed his nod, while the premiere of Biography: Nine Lives Of Ozzy Osborne A&E’s Biography special about the Godfather Of Metal. The band brought the closure of their legendary career back in 2017, with some shows in the homeland, Birmingham. Since then speculations are on the floor about their reunification. While the other members have been expressing their delights in rejoining once again. From Ward to Butler, they are all set for a grand welcome if a rejoining would take place.
Ozzy Osbourne , Discography of Prince of Darkness
He rose to prominence in the early 1970s where he worked as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. He was later fired off the band in 1979 but he took up a solo career. He released 12 of his solo albums; out of which 7 received a multi-platinum certification in the USA. At times he reunited with the group for some of the songs and albums. The spectacular success and longevity in the field earned him the title of Godfather of metal. Being busy with many of those personal projects, the show will have an insight into his thicks and thins he suffered so far from his start till present.
Documentary: Insight to his life
The documentary as said in the press release by the makers will take you to the mesmerizing journey of his life both from personal to professional life. It will also be having an insight into his family including his wife and manager Sharon, along with his kids. His fellow musicians and his compatibility with them are also revealed in the show. The show will also feature his downfall and his unique ability to survive and preserving. The tactics that helped him to bounce back and the abilities that made him maintain his success so far. The show will also feature his colleagues of the field like- Rick Rubin, Ice-T, Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Post Malon.