The day is their enemy.

Known for their energetic live sets, The Prodigy who were last in Kuala Lumpur back in 2013 for Future Music Festival Asia recently released their sixth studio album, “The Day Is My Enemy”. But despite proving that they can still pack a chart-punch and their continued success, the group has said that their 25 year-strong career could be drawing to an end soon.

SOURCE: The Prodigy - Facebook
SOURCE: The Prodigy – Facebook

I think that the band’s gonna come to an end at some point,” vocalist Keith Flint told NME. “And it’s got to be soon. It will end before we want it to because of the realities of age.”

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Acknowledging their advancing ages, keyboardist Liam Howlett added:

“There comes a point where you don’t want to be Uncle Alan at the wedding reception.”

The English electronic music group are known for hit singles including “Firestarter”, “Smack My Bitch Up”, “Omen”, “Invaders Must Die” and more. Having received commercial success in their homeland right from the start, The Prodigy arrived as a global mainstream force with 1997 album “Fat Of The Land”, which reached #1 in ore than a dozen countries including the U.K and U.S.

SOURCE: The Prodigy - Facebook
SOURCE: The Prodigy – Facebook

The legendary act’s latest offering comes in the form of their sixth studio album “The Day Is My Enemy” which also became their sixth #1 when it opened at the summit of the U.K. albums chart in April.

We leave you today with a classic “Invaders Must Die” by The Prodigy.

via Billboard & NME

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