The Prodigy's fifth studio album “Invaders Must Die” on the band’s imprint Take Me To The Hospital through Cooking Vinyl is already out. It’s easy to forget that not only have The Prodigy given us some of the greatest hits of the rave era and beyond with “Out Of Space”, “Everybody In the Place”, “Charly”, “Firestarter” "Breathe" and “Smack My Bitch Up”, they also gave a face to rave and to the rest of us donated the whole idea of selling a credible, uncompromising dance music album with the personality and punk panache of a rock artist – and sold 16 million albums in the process.
Now, on “Invaders Must Die”, Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim all feature on the album, which is the first time since the release of “Fat Of The Land” in 1997. The result is back to their bone shaking best, a collision of old skool rave noise with the stratospheric limits of new technology. Guests include Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and includes the single "Omen". The album is available in two formats -- Regular CD and CD with Bonus DVD edition.