OZZY OSBOURNE To Release New Video Anthology

According to Ozzyhead.com, OZZY OSBOURNE is set to release a new video anthology on DVD this fall. No further details are currently available.

In other news, Ozzy recently spoke to Philly.com about his participation in this summer's Ozzfest after announcing last year that he'd be retiring from his namesake tour. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow:

On the music that he listens to at home:

"I only stick to the stuff that I understand, to be honest. And I don't understand why these guys in metal bands now have to growl. I can't wait for the days of songs with melodies again. If you went 'round whistling the songs of some of these bands, people would think you were mental."

On next years' Ozzfest:

"On the next tour, I'm going to do more on the second stage because it's so much fun. You can actually see your audience. And the crowds are so primed for it. We have not had one bad show.

"I didn't start my career on a big stage. I'm over that ego trip. I really just want to have fun. And I just can't believe we've been doing the Ozzfest for 11 years."


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