(Rock News Desk) Ozzy Osbourne has recalled his difficult times on the road with Black Sabbath towards the end of his tenure with the metal pioneers.
He says the band could barely bring themselves to talk to each other in 1979, following a series of drug-fuelled underperforming albums and lacklustre live shows which led to his sacking.
"We never knew what was happening from one day to the next. We tried to manage ourselves for a while, but we were always at the bar," Ozzy tells the Guardian. "We were sick of each other – you don't even want to be around your wife all the time and you married her. And none of us wanted to drag the black magic sh*t around for ever." more on this story