Ozzy Osbourne has teamed up with Slash and released his brand new song ‘Straight to Hell’.
Having teased a special release with a postcard invitation on his website that read: “You’re invited to join me this Friday 11/22 – Midnight. You’ll be going…Straight To Hell,” Osbourne is ramping up excitement around his new album and subsequent tour.
The track, taken from Osbourne’s upcoming album, Ordinary Man, which is due out early next year, arrives as his team announced Osbourne’s intention to finally hit the road and perform his long-postponed tour dates following his serious health issues.
While The Prince of Darkness has worked with Slash on his new track, Osbourne recently unveiled that Marilyn Manson will join him as part of his rescheduled 2020 North American tour.
The tour, which was originally planned to begin in May 2019, was postponed after Osbourne suffered injuries after a fall at this home. While recovering, the metal singer also encountered more complications which further damaged his health.
Now though, Osbourne is back on the mend and is planning a special return to the stage: “Marilyn is killer live,” Ozbourne commented in a press release. “He’s so f**king out there, and if I think that, then look out, we’re all f**ked.”
Discussing his decision to join the tour, Manson added: “I’ve toured with Ozzy many times and it’s always been f**king spectacular. I’m honoured to do it again.
He continued: “This is one not to miss.”
Here the new track, below.