The Essex electronic dance group that is The Prodigy are set to release their first ever live album, however, that isn't all, along with the album comes a film of them live at Milton Keynes Bowl due to hit cinemas shortly.
Their live album entilted "World's On Fire", debuts on May 23rd and includes tracks like, Omen, Warriors Dance, Firestarter and Smack My Bitch Up. The crisp and punchy recordings require you to turn the bass up on your stereo and enjoy, enjoy and enjoy!
The 84 minute film of the same title documents their their biggest selling tour to date at Milton Keynes Bowl, which was shot infront of over 65,000 manic ravers. It begins with a short film of their Invaders Must Die tour in Brazil before being presented with a deserted Milton Keynes and then to visit to the citiy's tourism office to speak to the general manager Jackie Inskipp about tea-parties, gardening and life-drawing.
The point is as if to say Milton Keynes is deserted and boring without the epicness that is The Prodigy and during the live performances 17 hard-hitting, bone shaking songs smacking you in the face while you enjoy this melt in your eyes, mesmeorising performance. The cinematic experience is surely the next best thing if you missed them at Bowl.
To remind ourselves why this band is God, check them out live below!