Ozzy Osbourne shares that music has kept him alive during the pandemic

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in News on April 29, 2021

In a recent feature via Metal Hammer the heavy metal forefather shard that he has needed music during the pandemic and revealed that he and producer Andrew Watt have been hard at work.

The living legend Ozzy Osbourne recently confirmed in a feature with Metal Hammer that he and producer Andrew Watt have been hard at work on the follow up to their early 2020 success with ‘Ordinary Man’.

The pioneering frontman spoke candidly about the significance music has had in the last two years, dealing with his recovery from a his accident in 2019 and then, navigating an arduous 2020 with the Covid-10 pandemic. Ozzy shared, “I’ve done 15 tracks,” he says. “It’s kept me alive you know. These past two years I’ve been in a terrible fucking state between the accident and then the pandemic. It’s kept me sane – I’ve needed the music.”

The confirmation of the 15-tracks are about the only details that were confirmed. The timeline, title, and remaining details of the album are still in the works but Ozzy does share that the light is now visible at the end of the tunnel. “I struggle a bit, but slowly but surely we’re getting there. My only concern right now is finishing the bloody thing. We’ve got the same production time as the last time, so there’s definitely going to be some similarities. But you’ll just have to wait and see what you think.”

Ozzy’s work with Andrew Watt resulted in the critically praised ‘Ordinary Man’ and earned Watt Producer of the Years honors for the most recent Grammy Awards.

Ozzy Osbourne’s No More Tours 2 European leg kicks off early 2022. Dates are listed below.

Jan 26: Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena, Germany
Jan 28 Prague O2 Arena, Czech Republic
Jan 31 Zurich Hallenstadion, Switzerland,
Feb 02 Budapest Arena, Hungary
Feb 05 Madrid WiZink Center, Spain
Feb 08 Bologna Unipol Arena, Italy
Feb 11 Mannheim SAP Arena, Germany
Feb 14 Hamburg Barclaycard Arena, Germany
Feb 17 Helsinki Hartwall Arena, Finland
Feb 19 Stockholm Friends Arena, Sweden
Feb 21 Dortmund Westfalenhalle, Germany
Feb 24 Munich Olympiahalle, Germany
Feb 27 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, UK
Mar 01 Dublin 3Arena, Ireland
Mar 04 Birmingham Resorts World Arena, UK
Mar 07 London The O2, UK
Mar 09 Manchester AO Arena, UK
Mar 12 Newcastle Utilita Arena, UK
Mar 14 Glasgow The SSE Hydro, UK