Watch Cartoon Ozzy Osbourne + Lemmy Kilmister Save the World from Aliens in New “Hellraiser” Video


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When the world is attacked by aliens, who to turn to besides two of the biggest heavy metal icons ever? In a new animated video for “Hellraiser,” Ozzy Osbourne and Lemmy Kilmister put down the video games and help save us all from an imminent takeover.

The clip shared on Friday begins with the two legends playing a video game at the Rainbow Bar and Grill on Sunset Boulevard, which is more or less the second home of the late Motorhead front man. Things suddenly take a turn as aliens show up and start pushing humankind around … but these two aren’t having it, and wind up saving the day through the collective power of rock:

This collaborative version of “Hellraiser” was a highlight of the recent 30th anniversary revisiting of Ozzy’s 1991 album No More Tears, a solo record that was one of the legendary singer‘s best-selling albums in North America thanks to hits including “Mama, I’m Coming Home” (No. 2 on the Billboard Rock Tracks chart), “Road to Nowhere” (No. 3), “Time After Time” (No. 6) and the title track (No. 10). “Hellraiser” first appeared as a solo Osbourne track on No More Tears, with Kilmister and Motorhead then recording their own version for 1992’s March ör Die.

The updated version of “Hellraiser” was refreshed with Kilmister’s vocals, and it and the video are an excellent tribute to his enduring legend.

“I’m so glad we were able to honor my dear friend Lemmy (Kilmister) with this duet and now the video,” said Ozzy in a statement. “We immortalized him with a clip of the two of us being together, hanging out and getting into some trouble as we so often did.”

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