Heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne spoke in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine and explained the differences between Black Sabbath and his own band.

He said that he looking to have fun but Black Sabbath is too serious. Here’s the statement:

“With Black Sabbath, all I am is a singer with a band. [My solo group] is a different thing. I’ve got a lot of freedom and I have fun with it.

It’s not allowed to have fucking fun with Black Sabbath. It’s too serious. Tony [Iommi, guitar] was trying to have a go at me, saying, ‘Don’t fucking talk over my solos.’ I go, ‘Okay, are you sure? ‘Cause most of the fucking song is solos.

The intro to the song is fuckin’ five minutes and then I sing for about two seconds and then it’s another one.’ With my own thing, I’m looking to have fun, and that’s what music’s about for me. I’m not a serious fucking singer. I’m just a frontman who’s trying to get the crowd going in front.”

As we reported two weeks ago, Ozzy Osbourne had surgery from his hand because of the infection. Ozzy has shared a statement on his Twitter account and stated his current health condition. He said:

“Hi everyone. I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for your concern. My thumb is fully recovered now.

I am looking forward to seeing you all this New Year’s Eve at The Forum with Ozzfest. It’s gonna be great. Be there. Come on, I can’t wait to see you!”

Click here to entire interview.