Despite speculation to the contrary, Ozzy Osbourne does not appear in the video for "Stillborn", the first single off the forthcoming BLACK LABEL SOCIETY album, "The Blessed Hellride". The clip for the song, which features Ozzy Osbourne on lead vocals, was directed by Rob Zombie, who was initially approached to direct the video while Wylde and Zombie shared the main stage on last year's Ozzfest tour."I met Rob...You know, [drummer] John Tempesta, I've been friends with him for years and he's playing with Zombie and everything like that," Wylde told Launch. "So on the Ozzfest we got together talking about, 'Oh man it would be cool to get Rob to direct a video and all this stuff...Because I think Rob is an amazing director, so it'll be beyond comedy.'" BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's "The Blessed Hellride" is due on April 22 through Spitfire Records.
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