Glorious chaos ensued at the SEC as The Prodigy assembled their Scottish Warriors to kick off their UK tour.
Twenty-one years after the release of the ground-breaking, genre-busting album ‘Fat of the Land’, The Prodigy continues to bare their title as one of the UK’s greatest live bands with fierce authority.
The Essex three-piece kicked off their tour on the back of the release of their latest album, ‘No Tourists’ – a monster of an album, spawning from some of the most ferocious sonic elements of the band’s twenty-eight-year career.
The Prodigy’s monumentally menacing new album sees the two vocalists, MC Maxim and Keith Flint, take more of a back seat to the musicality of songwriter and keyboardist Liam Howlett. This, fortunately, was not, and has never, been true of their live gigs.