Ozzy Osbourne guitarist and Black Label Society founder Zakk Wylde just put out Bringing Metal to the Children, a new book (or as he jokes, "a literary masterpiece, a parchment of stupidity that could be rivaled by nothing") that's part memoir, part survival guide to the "no rules" world of the music industry. Wylde sat down with Rolling Stone to chat about why the book isn't a formal autobiography or memoir, his pants splitting on stage and the amazing, surreal story behind his first paid recording session.
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