Back in early November, Ozzy Osbourne rose from the darkness once again, premiering a sinister new song titled “Under the Graveyard.”
Featuring a backing unit of musicians including drummer Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and producer/guitarist Andrew Watt, the song finds Ozzy at his very best yet again, remaining as defiant and dark as ever:
On Tuesday, Osbourne’s social media pages uploaded a quick teaser of the song’s official music video, which will be premiered on Thursday. Judging by this teaser, it looks like the video will be a mini-biopic depicting some of Osbourne’s wild younger years:
Another preview surfaced on Wednesday:
This looks pretty epic, doesn’t it? Ozzy Osbourne has lived a life of wonder and awe, for sure, and he’d probably be the first to tell you he’s shocked he’s survived it all to this point. That’s the tone conveyed in the video teasers above, so count us among those waiting with anticipation to see the full “Under the Graveyard” video.
The song will be included in Osbourne’s new album, Ordinary Man, which is set to come out in early 2020. When it does, it’ll be his first new solo record since 2010’s Scream.