The Prodigy Ready New Album For March Release

The Prodigy Ready New Album For March Release
Get ready to fire up those rave horns — the Prodigy are coming back at us with album number five. On March 2, the long-time dance outfit’s own imprint, Take Me to the Hospital, will release Invaders Must Die, an album that, according to the band, is "on fire.”

The record will be the first Prodigy studio LP since 2004’s ill-received Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned and, perhaps more importantly, will mark the first time the band’s main man Liam Howlett has worked with vocalists/dancers/fire-starters Keith Flint and Maxim since 1997’s mega-successful The Fat of the Land.

"All fucking bands say their new record’s their best, but this just feels really triumphant for us,” Howlett recently told Kerrang! "It’s on fire. It’s all about the three of us together and what we can do. You know what we deal with: it’s beats in a predominantly electronic style and it’s full of fucked-up guitars!”

Besides Flint and Maxim back onboard, Howlett also has enlisted a little extra rhythmic firepower by way of Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, who got behind the kit for the new album track "Run with the Wolves.”

"Dave emailed us to see what we were up to and offered his services,” Howlett said. "It was really inspiring. It’s definitely the most venomous track on the album. Keith really goes for it on lead vocals. It’s wicked.”

While there’s no word if and when Invaders Must Die could hit North America (the release date appears to be UK-only right now), the Prodigy have lined up several winter tour dates in the UK, which you can view here.

Prodigy "Smack My Bitch Up”