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The Jonas Akerlund-directed music video features, among other 'over-the-top spectacle', Ozzy Osbourne injecting a giant needle into his own neck.
The Black Sabbath rocker would want his partner to turn off his life support system if he ever suffered extreme brain damage because he wouldn't want to live in a vegetative state.
To make sure their steady partners won't catch the sexually transmitted disease, the rock band will get a shot in nearest emergency room.
The rocker is to take part at Voodoo Experience festival later this year as a headlining act along with Muse and Weezer.
The intimate show is aimed to promote his upcoming album 'Scream' which is scheduled to hit U.S. markets on June 22.
'I've been taking them for years and what I've found is, I can do everything except the aftershow fireworks,' the rocker who is married to Sharon Osbourne said.
The music festival will take place at London's O2 Arena on September 18 with Korn, Murderdolls and Skindred among the line-up.
Jack Osbourne has shocked his father by having Ozzy's hero, The Beatles singer, paying tribute to him in an upcoming documentary.
The former drug addict believes the scientists can benefit from dissecting his body and make medical miracle in the future with the discoveries.
The rocker has terrified his fans at Madame Tussauds in New York as he replaced his wax replica, stating that he 'wanted to get footage of people screaming' as his new album title is 'Scream'.
One beggar got lucky when he asked for a change from the rockstar and got a crucifix chain made of gold instead.
The Black Sabbath's rocker shares about his fortune when he won at slot machine in Las Vegas and decided to make 'the most sensible decision' in years as he quit the game and cashed them in.
A prison riot on the April 14 episode of 'CSI: NY' is highlighted in this clip with Ozzy Osbourne's new song featured on the background.
Ozzy Osbourne's new track 'Let Me Hear You Scream' is set for its world premiere in April 14 episode of 'CSI: NY' for a prison riot scene since it 'brought exactly the right tone to the episode.'
Instead of dropping his joint track with the Black Sabbath rocker, the Velvet Revolver star will roll out a duet song with Andrew Stockdale.