Update: Since the publication of this article, The Prodigy have since announced the name of their new record and it’s forthcoming release date. The album will be titled The Day Is My Enemy and is scheduled for release on March 30th.
After a nearly six year break from releasing new material, English electronic musicians The Prodigy have unveiled new details concerning their upcoming single “Nasty, Nasty”, their first new music since 2009’s Invaders Must Die.
Joining the previously confirmed tracks ‘Beyond The Death Ray’, ‘Get Your Fight On’, ‘Wall Of Death’ and ‘Rockweiler’, this track (off of their currently untitled new album) has been described by member Liam Howlett as having a “trippy Winston Churchill vibe in the middle” and is expected to be released next month. The album itself is described as having a “pure violent energy” and was created to be a direct response to ‘formula based’ EDM music which Howlett describes as ‘all that DJ bollocks and tutorials on YouTube shit.’
The Prodigy will be co-headlining the Isle of Wight festival on it’s opening night alongside American rock duo The Black Keys. Currently no further tour dates have been announced.