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Post by Dan @ 04:31pm 11/08/08 | 5 Comments
Activision sends word that heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne will be the headlining act in the upcoming Guitar Hero World Tour. Much like they did for the recent Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, Neversoft have given Ozzy the full mo-cap treatment - footage of which can be found in this new behind the scenes style trailer.
Budding rockstars around the world will have the opportunity to live out their ultimate fantasy on the virtual OZZFest stage, playing as Ozzy, or alongside him, as he wails to iconic rock track Crazy Train and Mr. Crowley, both from his quintuple platinum debut solo album Blizzard of Ozz. OZZFest, now in its 13th year, has also been created digitally as an in-game venue exclusively for Guitar Hero World Tour to host the heavy metal rock legend.
The press release goes on to reveal that Ozzy Osbourne guitarist and Black Label Society frontman Zack Wylde will also feature in the game, along with BLS' track Stillborn. The game's OZZFest stage will also feature a Metallica track - the thrash metal anthem Trapped Under Ice as well as System of a Down's B.Y.O.B..

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Posted 06:49pm 11/8/08

Should be good fun.
Posted 07:02pm 11/8/08
It's a shame Ozzy sucked the big one when he played here a few months ago :(
Posted 07:36pm 11/8/08
I thought the show he did in brizzy was ok, though the only thing I have to compare it to was the budokan gig on dvd (which I enjoyed)

He could have played a little longer though :(
Posted 08:12pm 11/8/08
He could have played a little longer though :(

you know, he probably couldn't
Tanaka Khan
Posted 01:50am 12/8/08
I've seen him twice now, a few months back and about 11 years ago. Both were epic concerts in my opinion, but my favorite one was just recently.
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