Ozzy Osbourne ‘Bark at the Moon’ Halloween Light Show Terrorizes Texas Neighborhood
The pagans who came up with Halloween deserve to be praised as saints. The world is covered in cobwebs and decorated by maniacal pumpkins, horror films possess every television channel and the forces of evil are finally let loose for once autumn night as children are encouraged to take candy from strangers. Halloween is awesome, and it meshes beautifully with heavy metal; as demonstrated by this suburban light show set to Ozzy Osbourne's 'Bark at the Moon.'
As one of Ozzy's trademark hits, 'Bark at the Moon' is the opening track to Osbourne's 1983 album of the same name. With hearts still mending after the death of iconic guitarist Randy Rhoads, 'Bark at the Moon' was the first track unveiled to the public with Jake E. Lee manning the six-string. Lee had massive shoes to fill, but he crafted a masterpiece of a track with some insane shredding added for good measure.
There lies a house in Odessa, Texas, where 'Bark at the Moon' has come to life through a spectacular light show. Before the track kicks in, the epic philharmonic piece 'O Fortuna' hit its conclusion as Ozzy's classic track takes over. The inhabitants of this spooky manor created the display to sync up with 'Bark at the Moon,' as Ozzy's lyrics are sung by a disembodied pumpkin face on the left side of the home, as fog, tombstones, a giant illuminated spider web and even a giant inflatable Godzilla invade the rest of the Texas home.
Check out this awesome light show and raise your horns to this Ozzy-fied Halloween house.