Fan-filmed video footage of OZZY OSBOURNE's entire April 25 performance at the Monsters Of Rock festival in São Paulo, Brazil can be seen below.
The setlist for the concert was as follows:
01. Bark At The Moon - 00:01
02. Mr. Crowley - 04:35
03. I Don't Know - 09:51
04. Fairies Wear Boots - 14:36
05. Suicide Solution - 20:32
06. Road To Nowhere - 23:31 (very short version)
07. War Pigs - 24:07
08. Shot In The Dark - 31:41
09. Iron Man - 36:51
10. Crazy Train - 43:31
11. Paranoid - 49:19
Ozzy Osbourne told Billboard.com last October that he was "in the process of collecting stuff that I'm writing" for his next solo project and has "about three songs" in various stages of completion. The tracks, which were written primarily with guitarist Billy Morrison (BILLY IDOL, THE CULT, CAMP FREDDY), were described by Ozzy as different than anything he ha done with BLACK SABBATH. "BLACK SABBATH is slow and demonic; Tony Iommi is untouchable for that kind of stuff," Osbourne said. "My stuff is more melodic, more structured of a song. It's more kind of rock than doom-y music. It's happier, kind of."
Ozzy's last solo studio effort was 2010's "Scream". The singer recorded much of the CD in a studio at his home in Los Angeles with producer Kevin Churko, doing most of the writing and recording on computers. He told The Pulse Of Radio he liked working that way but wanted to do something different next time out. "At the end of the day, the end result was pretty cool, but I don't know whether I want to continue to do it that way," he said. "I like to — like the earlier albums, I'd go rehearse and jam out with the band, get some, like, vibe going, you know. I want to incorporate that and this new technology thing, next album."
Ozzy confirmed last week that BLACK SABBATH will head out on its final tour in 2016. The singer broke the news during a press conference on Friday (April 24) in São Paulo. Ozzy revealed, "The plan is that next year [we'll do] the final BLACK SABBATH tour and then it's over," adding, "We all live in different countries and some of them want to work and some of them don't want to, I believe. But we are going to do another tour together."
While indicating that plans for SABBATH "could change," Ozzy also said that he intends to continue recording and touring as a solo artist either way.
Ozzy explained, "I'm still gonna continue my solo career. I'm doing these few [solo] gigs down here [in South America] now. Then at the beginning of next year, I'm going out with SABBATH. The SABBATH thing is folding up after the next tour, but I'm gonna continue my solo career."
Ozzy told The Pulse Of Radio a while back that he has no intention of calling it quits. "I don't wanna stop, you know," he said. "It's been the biggest love affair of my life. When you reach a certain age in rock 'n' roll, people think, 'Well, this has got to be his last tour,' or 'This has got to be his last tour,' or 'You've got to come next Tuesday 'cause he ain't gonna do it after that.' You'll know when I've come off the road permanently. I mean, you'll know!"
Although SABBATH was briefly announced as performing at Ozzfest Japan this fall, the band is now off that bill and Ozzy will be headlining as a solo act "with friends."