Ozzy Osbourne remains undeterred by the health problems he has been facing and has revealed his intention to record a new album and return to touring in 2024, following his recent surgery.
Speaking to Metal Hammer magazine after his recent surgery, which he stated would be his last, Ozzy Osbourne disclosed, “I’ve recorded two albums fairly recently, but I want to make another one and then get back on the road.” This declaration demonstrates his enduring spirit despite health issues.
“I’ve just started working on the album now, and we’ll record it early next year,” added Ozzy Osbourne, emphasizing, “I want to focus on this for quite some time.”
At another point in the interview, Ozzy discussed his recovery after the “final” surgical procedure earlier this month, revealing that he “feels fine” but still cannot walk well.
“I feel okay. I thought I’d be back on my feet months ago. I still can’t walk well, but I’m no longer in pain, and the spinal surgery went perfectly,” said the legendary metal vocalist.
Ozzy Osbourne underwent another neck surgery earlier this month following an injury from a fall in 2019. In 2020, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.