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The Prodigy: The Day Is My Enemy

Album Review

Rave/mosh crossover kings return to do more damage

We should be used to Metal’s Favourite Dance Band taking their sweet time when it comes to making new music, but even by The Prodigy’s lackadaisical recording standards, six years is a sizeable gap for an act that have to contend with multiple scenes and fanbases forever shifting into curious new shapes.

Their awesome 2009 opus Invaders Must Die vigorously reaffirmed the festival-dominating behemoths’ top-dog status by taking on contemporary dance and obliterating the competition, slaying any worries that they may be approaching retirement home status or, dare it be said, looking out of touch.

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