Hopefully this means a new Aussie tour won’t be far off…
The activist group have called the singer a “traitorous fuckwit”
The likes of Disturbed, Bring Me The Horizon, NOFX and Bullet For My Valentine have spoken out.
UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. It’s finally here, the Soundwave 2016 drip-feed has burst and the festival’s first major lineup announcement has arrived, featuring headliners heavy metal titans Disturbed. That’s right, prepare to get down with the sickness. Announced live from Music Feeds studio in an Australian first, Soundwave’s latest 2016
There was a time where The Prodigy could have been considered the most dangerous band in the world. As rave culture ascended to dizzying new heights in the ’90s, the Essex collective soundtracked its peaks through albums like the sensational Music for the Jilted Generation and The Fat of the Land. Not only did the
Drake, The Prodigy and Avicii compete for the spotlight!
Returning to Future Music Festival after a three year hiatus, I was a little skeptical. I ventured to Randwick Racecourse pondering my last experience. Future ’12 was full of fond memories and killer acts, but the overall festival experience was a off, and I left a little sour – hence my hiatus. After preaching promises
Electro-punks The Prodigy are sick and tired of lazy DJs who pre-mix their sets, come on stage, hit play and lap up the attention. Prior to the group’s appearances at Future Music Festival 2015, their main man, Liam Howlett, has said new DJ trends are changing electronic music for the worse. In a recent interview
English electronica stalwarts and Future Music Festival headliners The Prodigy have shared a new cut from their forthcoming sixth studio album The Day Is My Enemy. The new track Wild Frontier comes complete with a gory animated video. The track is the second single to be taken from the new record, due for release on
English electronica stalwarts The Prodigy are set to play an exclusive Sydney sideshow in March, when they’re in town to headline Future Music Festival. The performance at Sydney’s Luna Park will be the influential group’s only Australian headline show during the Future tour. The Prodigy trio of Liam Howlett, Maxim Reality and Keith Flint were
Future Music Festival 2015 headliners The Prodigy have shared their new single and accompanying video for Nasty, a cut from their soon-to-be-released 14-track full length, entitled The Day Is My Enemy. The explosive, throwdown track showcases lead vocalist Keith Flint at his snarling best. The album will follow-up The Prodigy’s 2009 full-length Invaders Must Die
Future Music Festival 2015 headliners The Prodigy are giving fans their first taste of their forthcoming sixth studio album. The 14-track full-length, entitled The Day Is My Enemy, is due to hit shelves on March 27th via the band’s own label, Take Me To The Hospital, through Cooking Vinyl. To amp up excitement for the
Drake, The Prodigy and many more!
Azealia Banks has revealed she will be joining The Prodigy onstage this weekend at Future Music Festival to help perform one of The Prodigy’s biggest tracks, Firestarter. Usually a source of controversy, the news came from Banks’s Twitter account, with the rapper’s obvious glee hard to misconstrue: “Annnnnnddddd ! The Prodigy invited me to perform
The Prodigy have announced only one Future Music sideshow
English electronic group The Prodigy have now put a working title to their sixth studio album and follow-up to 2009’s Invaders Must Die. The new album will be titled How to Steal a Jet Fighter, and is already described as being ‘Darker And Heavier’, much like their early material. Frontman Liam Howlett spoke to NME
Download, has announced another mammoth string of acts for its 2012 festival. Festival organisers have added Soundgarden and Biffy Clyro to the line-up. The bill, which is already being tipped as the biggest line-up of 2012 for the UK, consists of only a few bands at the moment. Previously announced on the line-up was The
Thursday, April 7 is set to be an important day for fans of The Prodigy. Not only do they get to celebrate the birthdays of William Wordsworth, Billie Holliday, Ravi Shankar and Francis For Coppola, they can also get themselves along to selected Hoyts cinemas across Australia for the screening of the new film from