Spokesperson: No New BLACK SABBATH Album Planned
A spokesperson for Ozzy Osbourne has rejected a British newspaper report that producer Rick Rubin recently spent time in the U.K. working on a new BLACK SABBATH studio album.
Sunday Herald Associate Editor Alan Taylor reported over the weekend that he ran into Rubin in Worcestershire, U.K. where Rubin was apparently in the process of making a new SABBATH CD.
When asked by BLABBERMOUTH.NET if there is any truth to the report or if Taylor somehow got his facts mixed up, a Sharon Osbourne Management spokesperson said, "He is confused. [There is] nothing [new] to report."
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