The Prodigy release live song from Brixton Academy

O2 Academy TV have posted a behind the scenes video of The Prodigy live at Brixton Academy.

The Essex band performed 3 sold-out nights at the London venue. The footage includes the track ‘World’s on fire’ being performed live.

There is currently no release date for the new album, but the band have said they have spent most of 2012 in the studio and are coming towards finishing the album.

 

 

Prodigy ready for Brixton Xmas shows

Essex ravers The Prodigy are set to take over London later this month as they raise hell for three nights at Brixton Academy. The legendary ‘Omen’ band, known for their phenomenal live performances, will be joined by acts such as Caspa, Nosia, Jaguar Skillz, South Central, and more.

The Prodigy kicked off their 2012 with a high as they were the final headline band to be announced for Download Festival 2012. The band debuted three songs for the first time on home soil. Early in the year it was announced that the follow up album to their 2009 studio album ‘Invaders Must Die’ will be titled ‘How To Steal A Jet Fighter’.

Band member Liam Howlett said: “All the dubstep stuff that’s around, we’re loving it, but that’s not our game. We won’t go near it. He continued to say: “We’ve always had respect for the masters who do their game, those boys who do that sound [dubstep], that’s what they do. We know what we do, and when any Prodigy record hits it’ll still feel fresh.”

There is currently no release date for the new album.

Dates:

18 December – Brixton Academy, London
19 December – Brixton Academy, London
20 December – Brixton Academy, London

Expect strobe lighting, mind blowing bass and a load of new unheard material.

Written by Sean Hendrie

The Prodigy World’s On Fire to be screened in cinemas

theprodigyworldsonfireEssex techno rockers The Prodigy have annoucned they will screen a gig that was recorded at last summer’s Milton Keynes Bowl show in UK cinemas this month.

Talking about the show the band say “The night was massive for us. It was important to us to bring a proper festival day and night for the people to remember and bring the same intense atmosphere like when we play Brixton Academy… and it was. Standing on that stage was a truly triumphant feeling for us as the whole place kicked off, we looked out and we were fuckin proud“.

World’s On Fire‘ will be aired in cinemas from 31st March. Watch the trailer for it here.