Tomorrow, MX2 Media and Republic Records will release a one hour radio special with comedian Jim Norton interviewing his favorite band, Black Sabbath. Norton caught up with Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler to discuss a wide variety of topics, ranging from their choice of Rage Against the Machine’s Brad Wilk as drummer, to the differences between recording the last time Ozzy was in the band and now. In this clip, Butler reveals that Sabbath recorded 16 songs for the album, Ozzy explains why he expected to not like the new album, and the two discuss what it’s like working with Rick Rubin.
The radio special will be available tomorrow, and you’ll be able to hear the whole interview on MX2 Media’s website this coming Tuesday (June 11), the same day 13 is released. However, you can listen to the first five minutes of Norton’s interview in the player below.