Black Sabbath Will Not Release Another Album, Ozzy Says 'It's the End'

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Black Sabbath perform onstage at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on March 31, 2014 in New York City.  

After announcing late last year that they were heading back to the studio, Black Sabbath has confirmed to Rolling Stone that there will not be another album, and that their upcoming The End tour is, in fact, the end.

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"It's the end of Sabbath, believe me," Ozzy Osbourne told the Times-Picayune ahead of the group's upcoming Voodoo Fest appearance.

"In December, I'll be f------' 68, and I think it's time to call it the end of the day," he continued. "I'm not saying I won't get on stage with Geezer or Tony [Iommi] or any of them some time, but officially we're going to be done. I don't want it to dwindle and dwindle and play just for the sake of making another f------' sack full of cash. So it's time, and then I'll go back to doing my own thing."

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The international tour will stretch through most of next year, with the final date listed as Sept. 21 in Phoenix.