Ozzy Osbourne Teases Second New Single "Straight To Hell"

Ozzy Osbourne Announces "No More Tours 2" Final World Tour At Press Conference At His Los Angeles Home

Two weeks after unveiling the first single from his upcoming new solo album, Ordinary Man, Ozzy Osbourne is about to drop a second new song.

"Straight To Hell" will be just the second new song Ozzy has released as a solo artist in the past nine years when it arrives Friday at midnight.

A brief teaser clip shared yesterday to the Prince of Darkness' social media depicts a serpentine image moving through shadows set to music from a choir. As the clip ends, the date "11.22" appears.

A link in Ozzy's bio leads to a postcard graphic on Ozzy's website that says, "You're invited — Join me this Friday 11/22 — Midnight. You'll be going... STRAIGHT TO HELL."

Ozzy's new album is expected to arrive in January. He plans to resume his postponed 'No More Tours 2' farewell tour in the spring of next year.

This Saturday, however, will mark Ozzy's first live performance in 11 months when he joins Post Malone and Travis Scott onstage for their collaboration "Take What You Want."

Ozzy and his wife/manager Sharon Osbourne have credited the "Take What You Want" session with connecting Ozzy with producer Andrew Watt and inspiring his forthcoming LP.

Get all of Ozzy's 2020 tour dates here.

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