A previously unreleased clip from Ozzy Osbourne's show "Ozzy & Jack's World Detour" in which the BLACK SABBATH singer watches a performance by the fast food-themed SABBATH tribute parody band called MAC SABBATH can be seen below.
Mysterious MAC SABBATH frontman Ronald Osbourne emerged from his basement bunker to tell Rolling Stone: "Being Ronald Osbourne, the front-clown for MAC SABBATH, isn't easy. I have to meet all these fry-by-night 'Drive-through metal' icons like Burger King Diamond, Cinnibon Jovi and KFCC DeVille, look them in the eye and pretend like my indigestion is not acting up. Today is quite different. Today I met Ozzy Freaking Osbourne. Some big clown shoes to fill."
Last year, MAC SABBATH released its first recorded material with "Pair-A-Buns" (a parody of SABBATH's "Paranoid"), as well as an accompanying video.
MAC SABBATH manager Mike Odd told Vanyaland in a 2016 interview: "One time, some guy messaged me and was, like, 'Hey man, love Mac Sabbath. I want to come on down.' And I was, like, 'Uh, come on down. What are you talking about?' And he was, like, 'Your address, can I get your address?' 'Address?' And he's, like, 'Yeah, the address of your restaurant!' 'Uh, sorry buddy, but Mac Sabbath is not a restaurant!'"
MAC SABBATH played its first few shows in its home state of California, before the band's Internet fame got them a slot on the prestigious Download festival in the U.K., which led to a full-blown U.K. tour and eventually a U.S. tour.