Ozzy Osbourne has told the Boston Herald that he hopes to return to the studio and record new music after he completes his "No More Tours 2" farewell trek. Ozzy explained, "I have a bunch of songs written and have plenty of ideas and really want to do a new album, but as to when and how it will come together, I do not really know."

Ozzy hasn't issued a solo album since 2010's Scream and has spent the last few years touring with Black Sabbath before the legendary heavy metal act retired from the road. He said last year that he had around seven songs ready for a new LP, including tunes titled "Mr. Armageddon" and "Crack Cocaine."

Ozzy told us a while back he's never been one for conventional lyrics: "I'm not one of these guys that can write about boy-meets-girl and, I mean, it's got to mean something to me. I don't write all the lyrics, but I have to say, 'Well, you know, isn't that strange that that happened when this happened,' and I'll get going, you know." at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

AUDIO: OZZY OSBOURNE ON WRITING UNCONVENTIONAL LYRICS