OZZY OSBOURNE - "Once BLACK SABBATH Is Off The Road, I Will Be Heading Into The Studio"
August 29, 2016, 5 years ago
Metro.us recently caught up with Black Sabbath frontman and metal legend Ozzy Osbourne to discuss the end of Black Sabbath and his plans for the future. An excerpt from the interview is available below.
Metro: The final leg of the final tour — how does it feel for you?
Ozzy: "It hasn’t quite sunk in yet. I am sure it will be pretty emotional once it comes to the final show, but everything has to come to an end at some point, and it has been an incredible journey."
Metro: What are your plans for after the tour?
Ozzy: "I’m currently playing around with some song ideas. I have a few things jotted down and once Black Sabbath is off the road, I will be heading into the studio with my band to get the songs recorded. Once it’s all in the can you can be sure to see me back on the road again."
Click here for the complete interview.
In a new interview with eonmusic’s Eamon O’Neill, Black Sabbath/Ozzy Osbourne keyboard player Adam Wakeman discusses a number of topics including the link between Rick Wakeman, Sabbath and himself, touring with Black Sabbath, and Ozzy’s plans for the future.
“Well they’re (Black Sabbath) finishing on February 4th, and then we’ll see what happens with Ozzy after that. I mean, he wants to do another tour, he wants to do another album, but there’s going to be a period of time when he needs a rest, so yeah, hopefully we’ll be back out.”
Read the full interview at eonmusic.co.uk.