Ozzy Osbourne Speaks To The Possibility Of A Black Sabbath Reunion

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During a recent interview with SiriusXM, Ozzy Osbourne is asked if there is any possibility of there ever being a Black Sabbath reunion. Back in September, the metal legend spoke to his regrets regarding the last Black Sabbath album and whether or not the band had officially retired.

At one point during this new conversation, Osbourne is asked if his recent performance with Tony Iommi excited him enough to do more with Black Sabbath. This is what Ozzy had to say about that: “No, not more Black Sabbath. But I wouldn’t say no to do some more with Tony. Black Sabbath is completely different music to what I’m into now.”

Ozzy reflects on the success of the band’s last album together, but he isn’t interested in repeating what has already been done in his career. However, while Ozzy is not down for any more Black Sabbath, he is interested in working with fellow Black Sabbath members.

“Well, it’s kind of, like, how many times do you wanna do the same – it’s the same format, you know? It was very successful for a lot of years, and people wanted to see us. I did that farewell tour. And the only thing about that which was sad Bill Ward wasn’t there.

“But I’ve spoken to Bill since. He’s all right. I would work with any of them individually. But as Black Sabbath, I think it’s [all done]. We couldn’t really beat what we’ve already done.”

We would love to hear Ozzy collaborate with all the guys! Do you wish a band reunion would take place? Did you get a chance to see the band perform on their last tour?

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