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Prodigy Release Comeback Video

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The wait is finally over - almost six years after their last album, The Prodigy are back with a new track.

It's called Nasty and was premiered last night on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show; musically it's reminiscent of the lead single from their last record, Omen - from Invaders Must Die - mixed with Firestarter-esque drums and even a bit of the early Experience sound - naturally Keith is on hand to shout a few vocals. Essentially, it's exactly what you want from the band: they certainly haven't gone dubstep.

As ever, the video is every bit as good as the song, with some particularly freaky foxes giving some hunters the runaround.

The band recently announced a UK tour to run through March - tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow morning. The album, Tomorrow is My Enemy is released March 30; head to theprodigy.co.uk for more information.

In the meantime, get watching and listening below.

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