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 "Glow sticks were flying all over the place, the floor was bouncing, everyone was screaming, the couple next to me kept making out on top of me, and my friend on the other side of me turned and screamed “This shit's so loud, the ceiling is falling!” And she was right. Chunks of the ceiling were all over the place, not that anybody gave a shit." -Kendah El-Ali, Filter Magazine

"Going from breakbeat hardcore enthusiasts to one of the world's top grossing electronic acts.. The Prodigy's beats are as hard-hitting as ever, and there's no contesting their talent at bringing electronic, hip hop, and rock together in the right way" -(Vivian Host XLR8R)

With Invaders Must Die back to the top of the UK Album Charts (#4) and having just completed their sold out UK Arena tour, filling out stadium after stadium, there's no denying “The Prodigy can fairly be described as the techno equivalent of U2 or Oasis.” **** -(The Independent)

“They’re baaack! The masters of the dance-rock hybrid are about to show us who the real daddies of the genre are!” (Kerrang) They’re “As “incendiary as ever.” (Harper’s Bazaar) “And boy is it a welcome return.” (IDJ) “The Prodigy are back to their best.” (**** - The Daily Telegraph) and it’s “As devastating as you could hope for” (Mixmag) “They are here to dig up your dancing soul. Lock up EVERYTHING!” (Clash)

The Invaders Must Die Tour, wrecking through the US, 10 cities from Washington DC to Seattle and it's all about to kick off Monday May 18th

"As a music lover, it’s your duty to see The Prodigy live before you die." -Filter


05/18 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club (w/ Tittsworth)

05/19 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory (w/ Dave P)

05/20 - Boston, MA - House of Blues (w/ Red Foxx The Hearthrob DJs)

05/22 - Detroit, MI - The Filmore (w/ Deth Lab)

05/23 - Chicago, IL - Congress Theatre (w/ Tiga)

05/26 - Anaheim, CA - The Grove (w/ The Glitch Mob and The Villains)

05/27 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Palladium (w/ The Glitch Mob and Destructo)

05/28 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre

05/29 - Seattle, WA - WAMU Theatre (w/ TCM, Kaskade, LA Riots)


NME Heavy Rotation, May's Most Essentials #1



RELEASED MAY 19 (take me to the hospital/cooking vinyl)

"If "WARRIOR'S DANCE" somehow magically came to life it could tell you the history of rave, from the summer of love to this very day. By far The Prodigy's biggest single since 'Breathe' or 'Firestarter,' it's taken dancefloors, stadiums, and radios by storm alike." -NME

"What Howlett has done is perfect a sort of nostalgic futurism, a prism through which we can access those pleasures we’ve already enjoyed and look forward to those we don’t know about yet.”( Word) “ The Prodigy Will have everyone feeling young and angry again plus win the band new generation of fans.” -News of The World

“the most pulverising, pummelling and pleasuring rockers in the land"

“Chest Caving” -Village Voice, Self Titled

“body-quaking" -Nylon

"dance-till-you-burst" -Blender

"gut-punching delirium" -SPIN

"the sense of fear and danger" -Bullzeye

"Controversial, explosive, unapologetic, and incomparable" -URB

"cranked bangers like a cyber-hulk ready to dance.” -Artist Direct

"back in rabid, snarling form." -Flavorpill

"frenzied and uninhibited, powerful and alluring." -Baltimore At Home

"intractably aggressive than ever before." -Pitchfork

"a laser-guided smart bomb packed with rave alarms and blunt force beats." -Shockhound

"a posteriori headfuckery." -Popmatters

“Brutal, skilful, faster, harder and more alive than ever before." -Daily Star

“Savage breakbeats, guitar hooks and plenty of swagger." -Metro

"a rave-ravaged throwback to the classic Prodigy sound." -Time Out

"get off your face rave mash up." -Look

“The twisted firestarters, red hot and raving again.” -The Observer

 "Exotic." -Blogcritics

"turbo-chafed, old-skool rave-inspired anthems that fulfils their obvious mission statement: we ain’t finished yet.” -Zoo