EPIC! The Prodigy - The Day Is My Enemy

I was punched in the face. Bloody nose. But it didn't hurt. Electro punks The Prodigy hits you hard in the face with their new CD, The Day Is My Enemy and the title track of the same name is dope. It's fucking brilliant. With hints of their track Poison (from their 1994 CD Music for the Jilted Generation) and some banging beats, the track sets the mood for the rest of the electronic onslaught. iTunes noted quite rightly, "described by principal producer Liam Howlett as 'an attack', the 6th studio album is a blast of gritty, two-fisted aggression. The title track combines 10-tonne synths with sternum-rattling break beats, while the appropriately titled track 'Nasty' is a dizzying rush of devilish melody and radioactive production. The closer, 'Wall Of Death' finds Keith Flint spitting familiar streams of venom over the unrelenting crunch of piston-like guitars and spooky atmospherics." The band also reveal the much anticipated track ‘Ibiza’ featuring  post-punk/hip hop duo Seaford Mods. Perfectly encapsulating Liam Howlett’s comments regarding the integrity (or lack thereof) in some of today’s dance music culture and the sanitised superstar DJs that fill the white island, the track is another shining example of The Prodigy’s heart-on-the-sleeve punk rock spirit they’ve always championed. The Day Is My Enemy will be out 39 March. The band’s new single ‘Wild Frontier’ came backed by the equally brilliant animated video devised and directed by Mascha Halberstad, watch the video here http://po.st/WildFrontierYT