'When we put that on the internet none of my fan base liked the title,' Ozzy Osbourne says about the reason why he decides to drop 'Soul Sucka' as the name of his new album.
Ozzy Osbourne decided against naming his new album "Soul Sucka" - after discovering his online fans hated the name. The Black Sabbath star's latest musical offering is set to hit shelves in June, but Osbourne admits he's still considering options for the record's title.
He tells RollingStone.com, "When we put that on the internet none of my fan base liked the title. They were like, 'I can't imagine me walking around the f**king house with the words 'Soul Sucka' on my T-shirt.' So I was like, 'F**k it. I've got to come up with something else!'"
And the 61 year old reveals his fans may be shocked with his new music: "It's very heavy. It's a cross between... a Sabbath/Ozzy album, you know. I didn't plan on doing it but that's the way it unfolded. A lot of it's very, very heavy. I just hope people like it. I love it."