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Ozzy Osbourne has released “Straight to Hell,” the second track preview to his upcoming album Ordinary Man.

A dark, straight-forward hard rock jam that also peppers in stunning, harmonic vocals for good measure, “Straight to Hell” features lyrics like, “You’re flying higher than a kite tonight/You’ve took the hit and now you feel alright/You’re dance be death so we must celebrate/I’ll make you scream/I’ll make you defecate.”

The track also features Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, who up until this track’s release was not known to be featured on the album. Previously announced guests on the album included Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith

“Straight to Hell” follows the release of “Under the Graveyard,” the first single from Ordinary Man. So far, an exact release date for the album has not been announced, but the album, Ozzy’s first since 2010’s Scream, is expected in early 2020.

“Straight to Hell” is now available on all major streaming services and platforms.


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