REPORT: Ozzy Osbourne Teases New Single "Straight to Hell"

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Today, Ozzy tweeted a brief 13-second sample of his next single, "Straight to Hell," which releases Friday, November 22. As Loudwire reports, When tracing Osbourne's trail of bread crumbs this week arranged to creatively promote his solo album, it appears the new single will be bundled within his forthcoming 2020 album Ordinary Man.

Recently, Ozzy Osbourne invited fans online to a new secretive event for this Friday (November 22) at midnight.

The veteran Black Sabbath frontman shared a mysterious postcard invite on his website, simply inscribed, "You're invited to join me Friday, November 22 at midnight. You'll be going...Straight to Hell." Clicking on the postcard enables users to pre-save "Straight to Hell" on Spotify and Apple Music.

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Osbourne released "Under the Graveyard" earlier this month, his first solo release in almost a decade after being inspired from his time in the studio with Post Malone as a feature of Malone's track "Take What You Want."

The heavy metal icon will make his return to the stage at the end of this month at the 2019 American Music Awards.

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