Ozzy Osbourne: 2019 Has Been "One of the Most Fucked Up Years of My Life" | Revolver

Ozzy Osbourne: 2019 Has Been "One of the Most Fucked Up Years of My Life"

Metal icon joins Billy Morrison on SiriusXM's 'Ozzy's Boneyard' to chat past and present

Yesterday (August 27th), Ozzy Osbourne and his good friend, guitarist Billy Morrison, took the airwaves on SiriusXM's Ozzy's Boneyard to hash out the dramatically awful year the Prince of Darkness has been having, as well as to discuss some more more pleasant topics, including the Ozzman's upcoming plans. 

In the clip above, you can see Morrison inquire about Ozzy's year so far, to which the metal icon quips, "It's been one of the most fucked up years of my life!" He goes on to list his various health issues, including a stint with pneumonia, breaking his neck in January, and having blood clots, wrapping up when Morrison breaks in to ask, "So you're feeling well?" 

The joking continues when the two old buds admit that if "everything goes to shit," they've got "a Coca Cola machine and lifetime Chipotle thing" (free passes, it seems), so they'll be just fine. 

A second clip sees the two get real about the shitty jobs they both slogged through on their way to rock & roll stardom. Counting them out on his fingers, Ozzy details, "I've worked at building sites, butchers ..." before trailing off. Morrison wedges in, "What was the one with the animals?" The singer then recalls working in a slaughterhouse in his pre-fame days before admitting he once broke the rules and huffed the degreasing solution at a car factory job because, of course, he fucking did. 

The subject turns to retirement, and Ozzy seems indignant at the very prospect. Joking that he was going to be retiring from doing world tours before his No More Tours 2 run was postponed due to his health issues, Osbourne admits the dates are going to take "a long time" to finish up. 

The hour-long conversation will air again at the following times on SiriusXM's channel 38: August 28th at 7 p.m. ET, August 29th at 10 a.m. and 9 p.m., and August 30th at 12 a.m. and 3 p.m.