Ozzy Osbourne announces fall release for 3D vinyl collector statue of 'Diary of a Madman'
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Ozzy Osbourne fans will have some new swag to enjoy in 2019. The Prince of Darkness will release his 1981 solo album Diary of a Madman this fall as part of a limited edition 3D vinyl collector statue series via KnuckleBonz.

Blabbermouth reports on March 29 that series will be limited to a run of under two thousand sets. The statue series brings to life great rock album cover art from past decades in unique desk-mounted or wall-mounted sets.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's iconic Diary of a Madman album image springs to life in a 1.9 scale statue. Each set is officially licensed, numbered and includes a certificate of authenticity.

Diary of Madman was the Grammy winner's follow-up to his 1980 debut solo album Blizzard of Oz. The sophomore release has sold over three million copies worldwide and helped firmly establish the multi-platinum seller as a legitimate solo star, following his exit from Black Sabbath.

“Ozzy's stance on this album makes this a perfect subject to create in a 3D vinyl collectible,” states KnuckleBonz CEO Tony Simerman. “His '80s madness is coming right at you.”

To preorder the Ozzy Osbourne (Diary of a Madman) 3D vinyl collectible statue or for more details, click here. Fans can check out a video of the series various offerings here.

After a number of postponements due to a bout of pneumonia, the heavy metal pioneer will re-launch his farewell tour this spring, which kicks off in North America on May 28 in Atlanta at State Farm Arena with a big stop on July 21 in Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden Arena before wrapping up June 22 in Uncasville, CT, at Mohegan Sun Arena. Grab your Ozzy Osbourne tickets now at AXS.