New From The Prodigy - Wild Frontier (Official Video)

New From The Prodigy – Wild Frontier (Official Video)

Third Video from NEW ALBUM ‘THE DAY IS MY ENEMY’ OUT 30TH MARCH 2015

Pre-order the new album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ now and get three tracks to download immediately including ‘Wild Frontier’

Available from The Prodigy Store, iTunes or Amazon Digital – the new single ‘Wild Frontier’ will download immediately, along with ‘Nasty’ and the album title track, ‘The Day Is My Enemy’.

 

The Prodigy are an English electronic music group from Braintree, Essex, formed by Liam Howlett in 1990. The current members include Liam Howlett (keyboardist and composer), Keith Flint (dancer and vocalist), Leo Crabtree (drums), Rob Holliday (lead guitarist) and Maxim Reality (MC and vocalist). Leeroy Thornhill (dancer and occasional live keyboardist) was a member of the band from 1990 to 2000, as was a female dancer and vocalist called Sharky who left the group during their early period.

Along with The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, The Crystal Method and Orbital and other acts, The Prodigy have been credited as pioneers of the big beat genre, which achieved mainstream popularity in the 1990s and 2000s.[1] They have sold over 25 million records worldwide.[2] The group has won numerous music awards throughout their career, including two Brit Awards—winning Best British Dance Act twice, three MTV Video Music Awards, two Kerrang! Awards, five MTV Europe Music Awards, and have twice been nominated for Grammy Awards.[3][4]

The group’s brand of music makes use of various styles ranging from rave, hardcore techno, industrial, jungle and breakbeatin the early 1990s to big beat and electronic rock with punk vocal elements in later times. The Prodigy first emerged on the underground rave scene in the early 1990s and have since achieved popularity and worldwide renown. They have been called “the premiere dance act for the alternative masses” and “The Godfathers of Rave”.

 

On 16 November 2010, Liam Howlett announced that after their American tour with Linkin Park, The Prodigy are going back to the studio to record their next album. In a recent interview, Liam Howlett said that The Prodigy are currently back in the studio and working around new ideas for their new album.[53]

On 18 March 2010, The Prodigy announced through their website and mailing list a showing of World’s on Fire, a film made mostly from footage of the Warrior’s Dance festival from July 2010, for one night only in selected cinemas across Europe. Recorded before 65,000 fans, World’s on Fire is the debut live film of The Prodigy, documenting their biggest concert to date.[54] The CD, DVD, and Blu-ray ofWorld’s on Fire was released on 23 May 2011.[55]

On 6 August 2011, The Prodigy attended Przystanek Woodstock (Poland), the biggest festival in Europe, playing to a crowd of over 700,000 fans.[56] At their two final shows of 2011 (in Brazil), The Prodigy played two new tracks: “A.W.O.L” and “Dogbite”.[57]

On 18 November 2011, The Prodigy were announced as a headliner for Download Festival 2012, and closed the main stage on 8 June with a normal setlist, with the addition of three new songs, “Jetfighter”, “Dogbite” and “A.W.O.L”,[58] which was accompanied by on-stage imagery of jet aircraft including the MiG-21.[59] Liam Howlett has confirmed this album will not be dubstep, but that it will feel “fresh” whilst darker.[60]

In April 2012, to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the release of their third studio album The Fat of the Land, the album was re-released alongside a remix EP, The Added Fat EP,[61] featuring remixes from multiple recently successful groups such as Major Lazer, Noisia, and Zeds Dead.

On 3 May 2012, The Prodigy announced the working title of their new album How to Steal a Jetfighter.[62]

In December 2012, a new track titled “The Day” was debuted at Warrior’s Brixton[citation needed] and in June 2013, a new track titled “Rockweiler” was debuted at Rock am Ring.[citation needed]

On 11 December 2013, The Prodigy were announced to be headlining the UK edition of the Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth for the first time in the band’s history.[63]

On 2 July 2014, The Prodigy revealed their upcoming album would release in 2014 with an all new name and a “violent sound”.[64]

In August 2014, The Prodigy signed to the Three Six Zero Group for the United States,[65] returning to Warner Music for the first time since 2004.

In a recent interview with Maxim, he said that the new Prodigy album would be released in the first quarter of 2015.[66] It was later announced on January 6, 2015 that the next Prodigy album would be releasing 30 March 2015 and that it had been given the title The Day Is My Enemy.[67]

On 12 January 2015 The Prodigy released “Nasty” as the lead single off their upcoming album The Day Is My Enemy along with the title track on January 26 2015.

The band will play at Future Music Festival Australia in February/March 2015, tour Germany and France in April 2015[68] and the UK in May 2015.[69] They will also perform at theRock Werchter, Rock am Ring/Rock im Park, Benicàssim and Isle of Wight festivals.