Ozzy Osbourne and Turnstile are among the top nominated acts in the rock and metal categories of the 2023 Grammy Awards. The legendary metal singer earned four nods while the hardcore band earned three nominations ahead of the Feb. 5 concert in Los Angeles.
Ozzy’s latest single, Patient number 9featuring a large number of outstanding musicians, is the best rock album along with The Black Keys Jig leakageElvis Costello and the Impostors The boy named IfIdles’ creeperMachine Gun Kelly mainstream sellingand Spoon’s Lucifer on the couch.
In the Best Rock Performance category, Ozzy (“Patient Number 9” featuring Jeff Beck) and Turnstile (“Blackout”) will compete against Beck (“Old Man”), The Black Keys (“Wild Child”) and Brandi Carlile (“Horses”). broken”) and IDLES (“CRAWLING!”).
For Best Rock Song, Ozzy (“Patient Number 9” featuring Jeff Beck) and Turnstile (“Holiday”) faced off against the Red Hot Chili Peppers (“Black Summer”), Brandi Carlile (“Broken Horses”) and The War on Drugs ( “Dream of Harmonia”).
In the field of Best Metal Performance, Turnstile’s “Rules of Decadence” (featuring Tony Iommi) and “Blackout” will compete for the award with Ghost’s “Call Me Little Sunshine”, Megadeth’s “We’ll Be Back” and Muse’s “Kill or Kill”.
Turnstile inserts (who are named consequenceBest Heavy Band of 2021) and Muse in the metal category is a bit odd, but there’s no category for hardcore, as Turnstile’s “Blackout” fits right in, while Muse’s song features some pretty heavy tracks. Historically, the Grammys have been pretty broad when it comes to qualifying metal. Most famously, zodiac rocker Jethro Tull bizarrely beat Metallica for their first Metal Grammy Award in 1989.
Meanwhile, Ozzy is a subject consequenceThe most recent cover story, which he opened up about Patient number 9his current health battles, his return to England, and much more.
See the nominees in all the major categories here, and tune in to the 65th Grammy Awards on CBS at 8 p.m. ET on February 5th.