The Prodigy to stop releasing albums
15 Jul 2015
After a six years, The Prodigy treated fans to a brand new album The Day Is My Enemy. Now, the group have said they may not release another.
The Prodigy have discussed their longevity and the long recoding process of creating a new album in a new interview with NME.
Mixmag reported that Liam Howlett said, "It takes too long [to make an album], the whole process, if we can just get a couple of EPs written then we can get them out more quickly and it's better for everyone."
While Keith Flint added, "I think that the band's gonna come to an end at some point, and it's got to be soon. It will end before we want it to because of the realities of age."
The Prodigy released The Day Is My Enemy earlier this year. The collection became their sixth UK No.1. They have previously topped the charts with Invaders Must Die (2009), Their Law: The Singles 1990 – 2005 (2005), Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned (2004), The Fat Of The Land (1997) and Music For The Jilted Generation (1994).
They are due to tour the UK during November 2015 and recently confirmed Scottish live dates. Tickets for the The Prodigy are now on sale here.