The next Friday, Ozzy Osbourne, 73 years old, will publish his twelfth solo studio album, in the midst of a debate in the rock world for his health, which has deteriorated in recent years as a result of an old spinal injury during the recordings of the mtv series The Osbournesand that led him to be hospitalized for a good part of 2022.
Surprisingly, the legendary Black Sabbath vocalist released this Monday as part of new named material patient number 9a third single, Nothing Feels Right, with Zakk Wyldewho was his base guitarist for more than 20 years, since he arrived to record No Rest for the Wickedin 1988.
The song, like its predecessors, reflects the experience and state of mind in which the Birmingham-born singer was during his convalescence.
Ozzy at the NFL kickoff
The broadcast of this composition is given just a few hours after it was confirmed that Osbourne will perform as part of the halftime show of the NFL kickoff between the Angels Rams and the Buffalo Bills.
— Ozzy Osbourne (@OzzyOsbourne) September 4, 2022
This is Ozzy’s second live appearance after his recovery. The previous one was made in his native Birmingham during ‘The games of the commonwealth’, with his Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommiin which they performed their greatest hit, paranoid.
Iommi is precisely one of the guitarists who collaborates on Patient Number 9 along with Jeff Beck, Mike McCready, Eric Clapton and Zakk Wylde himself. Also featured are drummer Chad Smith from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Robert Trujillo from Metallica on bass.
Here we leave you the song.
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