THE PRODIGY Return to the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff in May


The Prodigy (Website)


‘The Day Is My Enemy’

New Album Released March 30th  

(Take Me To The Hospital / Cooking Vinyl)


‘Nasty’– new single impacts Feb 9th

Watch the new videonow+ available to stream/download


UK May tour dates



city at night talks through drones and chaos. The hidden city that
lives in the shadows of the anaesthetized and over-stylized urban
landscape. The night time heart that pounds to the rush of different
drums: a subverted militaristic snare, a distorted break, a glitched dub
attack, a middle eastern refrain, a cacophony of in-car dissonance, a
symphony of random noise soundtracking life at the edge of the night.
humanity lurks in darkened corners, hoods up, eyes down and
communicating through clandestine gestures. Where the urban fox hunts in
the darkness of the city’s suffocating ghost life, ransacking the
daytime waste, taking what it wants – unafraid, unchallenged,
untethered, untouchable… Like The Prodigy.


The Prodigytoday announce their new album ‘The Day is My Enemy’, due for release on March 30th
via the bands own label Take Me To The Hospital through Cooking Vinyl.
It’s an album that takes you on a journey through the unchartered
underbelly of urban nightlife where anger is an ever-present energy
lurking just beneath the surface of an edgy calm.


can’t tell you why this record came out so angry, I think its just
inbuilt in me, ” says Liam Howlett “It’s more about what I like music to
do. I’ve always seen music I like as a form of attack. That’s what I
use music for, it’s an attack. I didn’t plan this album to sound
violent, it’s just the sound that came out of the studio , a kind of
build up over the last 4 years . ‘Anger is an energy’, that’s a lyric
which always resonated with me. The tension is buried deep in the music
right from the first drop. It’s all about the sound having that sense of
danger. That’s what The Prodigy sound is about.”


Uncompromising first single ‘Nasty’ fires out of
the cannons like a ferocious statement of intent and finds Keith Flint
at his snarling best. Premiering as Zane Lowe’s Hottest Record in the World tonight on BBC Radio 1, it sets the tone perfectly for the new album.


 ‘Nasty’ Video


By rights Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim shouldn’t
be angry at all. The Prodigy have always cut a solitary path through the
noise-scapes of electronic dance music. They’ve dropped five epoch
defining studio albums, including 2009’s world dominating Invaders Must Die,
and delivered unforgettable live performances that have taken
electronic beats into unchartered territories. Throughout this time
they’ve remained resolutely focused on their own vision, inspiring
legions of artists along the way.


The Day Is My Enemyis probably the most British sounding album you’ll hear this year. Not
British in the flag waving jingoistic sense, but in a way that
understands that the nighttime spaces of urban Britain are a multi-hued
cacophony of cultures. If Invaders Must Die was the sound of the rusted urban sprawl decaying like an open wound in the British countryside, then The Day is My Enemy is about the angry humanity existing in the decay of the urban nightmare.


‘The Day Is My Enemy’




1. The Day is My Enemy

2. Nasty

3. Rebel Radio

4. Ibiza feat. Sleaford Mods

5. Destroy

6. Wild Frontier

7. Rok-Weiler

8. Beyond the Deathray

9. Rhythm Bomb feat. Flux Pavilion

10. Roadblox

11. Get Your Fight On

12. Medicine

13. Invisible Sun

14. Wall Of Death


8 May 2015 – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff  

Tickets on sale Friday 14th January 10am at the Box Office 029 20 22 44 88

£37.50 + booking fee