Over the years Ozzy Osbourne has been called a madman, rock god, devil worshiper, Prince of Darkness, and a million other things (whether justified or not). The new documentary directed by Ozzy's son Jack Osbourne, 'God Bless Ozzy Osbourne', will show a whole different side of the legendary rocker when it hits theaters later this month.

'God Bless Ozzy Osbourne' is a full length account of Ozzy's life retold through interviews with his family as well as musicians like Paul McCartney and Tommy Lee. According to Hennemusic the film also includes a ton of ever-before-seen Black Sabbath footage and solo tour clips.

The narrative of the rock doc opens on Ozzy's days as a poor child in England and highlights his celebrated music career, but also touches on the depths of his addictions and shortcomings as a father. While his hard-partying and on-stage personas are well known, the documentary promises to show a side of Ozzy that is virtually unknown: the human one.

The Jack Osbourne-directed feature saw it's premiere at this year's Tribeca Film Festival and will now hit theaters nationwide on August 24th.

Here is a clip from the film where Ozzy speaks about the infamous 'Dove incedent'