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The Prodigy star: 'Releasing albums bores the sh*t out of me'

The Prodigy's Liam Howlett has admitted his frustration at album release cycles.

The British dance group unleashed their sixth album 'The Day Is My Enemy' in 2015.

It was their first full-length record since 2009's 'Invaders Must Die'.

Speaking to NME, Howlett said that the idea of getting stuck in a loop of releasing studio albums is a worrying one.

He stated: "We want to get to the point where we release EPs instead of albums. We're not really bothered about releasing albums any more. It just bores the sh*t out of me. The whole process just takes too long.

"If we can just get a couple of EPs written then we can get them out more quickly and it's better for everyone… time has changed, you know what I mean?"

Bandmate Maxim added: "Album cycles take like five years. The fans are hungry, we're hungry for music. It's good for inspiration all round to keep the music going and keep putting things out."

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