'Battle For Ozzfest' Rejects: Video Available

MTV.com has uploaded a 90-second video featuring some of the "Battle for Ozzfest" audition rejects. See the bands that didn't make the cut at this location.

The brainchild of Emmy award-winning producer Sharon Osbourne, "Battle for Ozzfest" is a new, weekly, unscripted series, chronicling the intense nationwide search for eight hard rock bands competing for the chance to perform on stage on Ozzfest's worldwide 10th Anniversary tour. In addition to the opportunity of a lifetime by sharing the stage with Ozzy Osbourne himself as well as other rock superstars, the winning band will receive touring money, brand new band gear and a possible record deal. In the premiere episode, Sharon and Ozzy turn the competition upside-down as there's one big twist that the bands don't know about — and that's just a taste of things to come. To find out, watch the premiere of "Battle for Ozzfest" on MTV on Monday, October 25 at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT).


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