It turns out that the camera man behind the recent Black Sabbath studio footage is none other than Ozzy's son Jack Osbourne.
Ozzy convinced him to get behind the lens a chronicle the making of Black Sabbath's "13", according to the Sun. It is their first album in decades, which is set for release in June.
In the video, Sabbath members talk about the significance of their reunion after so long. Osbourne calls it "quite possibly the most important album of my career."
"It's got to this time where we can't leave it any longer. If we leave it any longer it'll be too late," says guitarist Tony Iommi, who is recovering from cancer treatment after being diagnosed with lymphoma in early 2012.
Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilks has replaced original drummer Bill Ward, who refused to join the reunion after a contractual dispute.
Watch Jack Osbourne's behind-the-scenes look at Black Sabbath recording "13" here: