New FOZZY CD To Feature Guest Appearances By ZAKK WYLDE, Rapper BONE CRUSHER
OZZY OSBOURNE/BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Zakk Wylde and heavyweight rapper Bone Crusher will be making guest appearances on the upcoming FOZZY CD, "All That Remains", which is currently being recorded in Atlanta.
"There's obviously a lot of guys in the rock and roll world we're gonna play with," FOZZY frontman Chris Jericho (of WWE fame) told MTV.com. "Zakk Wylde who plays for Ozzy [is going to be on the album]. And we're actually gonna do a track with Bone Crusher. He's gonna lay down some vocals for us in Atlanta. The guys that I play with [guitarist Rich Ward and drummer Bud Fontsere] were in a band called STUCK MOJO, which was one of the first [rap] metal bands in the '90s, so they've always had that edge. They wrote a song that had some really cool parts for us to lay down some good freestyle rap, and Bone Crusher was available."
FOZZY's "All That Remains" is tentatively scheduled for release in August through an as-yet-undisclosed label (the band were previously signed to Megaforce Records).
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