Ozzy Osbourne has hinted he may be ready to take Black Sabbath back out on the road, ending the group’s hiatus since 2006.
Ozzy has since been working on solo projects, but in an interview with Rolling Stone, he has revealed he may now be ready to return to the band. “I never say never anymore because you never know what’s going to come around,” he said. “Two years ago I said that this was going to be my last album but I don’t want to stop yet. You’ve got to be careful what you say because otherwise people will say, ‘Two years ago you said you were never going to tour again with Sabbath’.”
Ozzy also discussed the connection he still shares with his bandmates, and his pride at their rise from obscurity in Birmingham to worldwide super-stardom: “I love them guys. The one thing I’m proud about with Black Sabbath is that we weren’t a band put together by a business mogul in London. We were four local lads who had an idea and it worked, and it still continues to work to this day. I love them all – Bill, Tony, Geezer. I don’t think it’ll going to be in the next 18 months, I’m doing my own tour, but I never say never.”
Ozzy’s lastest solo album, ‘Scream‘, will be released at the end of this month.Just Published: