The Prodigy return with more mind-melting music for your discerning ears ahead of the release of their sixth album ‘The Day is My Enemy’. Album closer, ‘Wall of Death’ is a body blow of a track – “I wanted to finish the album with a track that terrorizes people!” Liam explains – and is the latest to become an instant grat – available now!
‘Wall of Death’ follows first single ‘Nasty’, instant grat album opener ‘The Day is My Enemy’ and second single ‘Wild Frontier’ pre album release on Monday March 30th.
In addition to this, on Monday 23rd March at 6:00pm (UTC), The Prodigy will be live streaming an interview via twitch.tv video link up from Berlin answering questions submitted on Twitter using hashtag #AskTheProdigy as well as previewing two clips of brand new tracks from their highly anticipated new album. You can ask the band anything you want from Monday 16th – Sunday 22nd March and some of the questions will be chosen to answer live on air during the stream on Twitch.tv. Following the bands live stream, ‘Wall Of Death’ will be immediately added to the Twitch.tv music library for users to stream during broadcasts on the platform.
Fans should tweet their questions @the_prodigy @Twitch #AskTheProdigy before Sunday 22nd to be in with a chance of having them answered live.
The Prodigy will embark of a huge tour in May including 2 sold-out nights at Alexandra Palace in London. They have just returned from Australia where they played several tracks from the new album live for the first time at the Future Music Festival. UK & EU festivals confirmed this summer include a headline at the Isle of Wight Festival, T in the Park, Rock Werchter and Benicassim, amongst others.
UK TOUR DATES:
4 May Newcastle 02 Academy Sold Out
5 May Bridlington Spa
7 May Birmingham 02 Academy Sold Out
8 May Cardiff Arena Sold Out
9 May Blackpool Empress Ballroom Sold Out
11 May Reading Rivermead Sold Out
12 May Brighton Centre
14 May Bournemouth BIC
15 May London Alexandra Palace (3am curfew) Sold Out
16 May London Alexandra Palace Sold Out
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