Eagles have made it clear that 'chart-topping 'Long Road Out of Eden' will be the last album from the reunited band.
Eagles have intended their latest album 'Long Road Out of Eden' to be a one time only. The reunited band will not make anymore albums after that although 'Eden' scored #1 in both U.K. and U.S.
"This is the final statement," drummer Don Henley told NME.com. "We got back together and went around the world twice on tour but then there was nothing left to do without new music. Now we have this album that fits in with our body of work. There won't be another Eagles album after this."
'Eden' is their first album since disbanding in 1980. The band have not yet scheduled a tour to promote this album. However, they made a debut appearance at Country Music Association Awards last night (November 7).