Black Sabbath legend Ozzy Osbourne has dropped a music video for his recent single ‘Under the Graveyard,’ which is one of the songs from the upcoming album ‘Ordinary Man.’
The producer Andrew Watt on guitar, Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan on bass, and Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Chad Smith on drums took part in the album, and it will be released in early 2020 as Ozzy’s first full-length solo album in a decade.
In a recent conversation with the press, Ozzy Osbourne made striking remarks about the new music video. The clip is semi-autobiographical and it is showing us Ozzy’s hardest times. It also is set in the late-’70s when Osbourne’s solo career was starting.
Here’s what Ozzy stated about the music video:
“For ‘Under the Graveyard,’ Jonas developed the story into a ‘mini-movie.’ “But, to be quite honest, it’s hard for me to watch because it takes me back to some of the darkest times in my life.
Thankfully, Sharon was there to pick me up and believe in me. It was the first time she was there to fully support me and build me back up, but it certainly wasn’t the last.”
You can watch ‘Under The Graveyard’ below.
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