Ozzy Osbourne has revealed that he will make two more albums then draw the curtain on his music career.
Speaking to USA Today, the Black Sabbath rocker admitted that the LPs may take some time as he is struggling to master the music software he intended to use to record the new material.
He said: "I am recording another album soon. I've got a ProTools machine downstairs in my house now, I record from home now. I can't turn the f***ing thing on. It's like the brain of the house.
"But when you have somebody who knows what they are doing, it's so easy to make records now, it's not even funny. The art of making records is somewhat diminishing. It's taking the passion out of it. But I will try to give it as much real me as I can."
He added: "I want to make two albums. Make one and go out on that one, and make another one and go out on that. Time is very valuable to me now. I'm 60 this December. It doesn't seem ten years since I was 50, it really doesn't. My mission now is to do as much as I can."