Ozzy Osbourne Says He Loves Being Sober

Ozzy Osbourne said really loves being sober, and at 66-years-old, he feels the best he has in a long time.

Ozzy said if he had to give advice to his 21-year-old self he would tell him not to do drugs.

He now exercises a lot, goes for regular physicals and no longer smokes or drinks.

Ozzy relapsed in 2012 while Black Sabbath was working on their album, “13.” He had been sober for seven years up until that point.

 

Foo Fighters Concert To Be Streamed On Facebook

HBO has teamed with Facebook to present “Foo Fighters Sonic Highways: Live From The Cubby Bear.” The concert will air on HBO’s Facebook page.

The band will be doing a concert at midnight Friday (October 17th) immediately following the first episode of the band’s documentary “Sonic Highways.” The documentary airs at 11 pm eastern time.

The concert will be the first-ever live performance of their new single, “Something From Nothing.” The band’s eighth studio album that has the same name as the documentary will be out November 10th.

WATCH FOO FIGHTERS COVER “WAR PIGS” ON DAVID LETTERMAN WITH ZAC BROWN (VIDEO)

Foo Fighters kicked off their week-long live residency on this week’s Late Show With David Letterman by covering Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ last night. Last night they were joined by The Zac Brown band, who appears on the band’s new album ‘Sonic Highways’, for a live cover of the song. Sonic Highways’ will be released on November 10th.

FOO FIGHTERS WILL PLAY ON LETTERMAN EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEK

Get used to seeing Foo Fighters as the musical guest on The Late Show with David Letterman next week. To promote the premiere of their new reality show Sonic Highways, Foo Fighters will have a week-long residency on the show.

Here’s the latest look at Sonic Highways which premieres Friday, October 17.

THREE DAYS GRACE RELEASES NEW SONG ‘I AM MACHINE’

Three Days Grace has released a new song called titled “I Am Machine”. This is the band’s second new track following “Painkiller“ earlier this year. Both songs are expected to appear on the group’s upcoming fifth album, which has a March 31, 2015 release date.

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Metallica doesn’t consider what fans want, lost cause

Lars said if you talk to 20 Metallica fans, they all want the band to do something different.

He said the band makes their choices based on what they are comfortable doing or what they can get behind.

Throughout their career, Metallica has collaborated with the San Francisco Symphony in 1999, did an album with Lou Reed called “Lulu” in 2011 and released a documentary in 2004 called, “Some Kind Of Monster.”

The band is currently working on its 10th album which is tentatively due out next year.

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