They said they were going to disband after their last album and tour, but are somehow still active.
So why should we believe Ozzy Osbourne now when he says next year’s Black Sabbath disc will be the band’s last. And that it’s subsequent tour will mark the group’s final shows together.
We shouldn’t believe him.
Still, though, Ozzy insists Sabbath will disband after completing the next album and touring cycle, leaving him to focus entirely on his solo career.
Ozzman tells the Times-Picayune that:
“A lot of people are asking me, with the success of the reformation of Black Sabbath, am I going to do any solo stuff any more? The answer is yes. I am going to continue to do my solo stuff, but I can’t do the two at the same time. This ‘Memoirs Of A Madman’ package is to let everybody know that I haven’t abandoned my solo career.”
“I’m doing one more Black Sabbath tour, one more Black Sabbath album, and then we’re disbanding the name, I believe. And then after that, I’ll be doing my solo stuff.”
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