Ozzy Osbourne’s new video for “Straight to Hell” is exactly what you’d expect from the metal icon.
On Monday, Osbourne released his fiery new video for “Straight to Hell”, his second single from the upcoming Ordinary Man album, slated for release early this year.
In the video, the 70-year-old singer sits in the middle of what appears to be a street fight between protestors and police. In fact, some say the scenes resemble recent street battles in Hong Kong.
In the midst of all the chaos, Osbourne, who sports a black hooded cape and dark eye makeup, sings about the underworld while police officers fire tear gas. Seemingly unfazed by all that’s happening, Ozzy continues to sing as the fight ends in an atomic bomb explosion.
Throughout the fight, the protestors’ signs can be seen. While some read, “The devil is my best friend,” others say, “I’m grounded for life.”
“Straight to Hell” is available for streaming now.