Spin - p.78
"INVADERS MUST DIE is a stirringly workmanlike, if retro, blast of founder/producer Liam Howlett's anthemic breakbeat spazz."
Kerrang (Magazine) - p.50
"Reality steals the show on 'Thunder' by breathing some muscle-bound melody into the mix, then helps 'World's On Fire' stutter and slam home its point."
Q (Magazine) - p.964 stars out of 5
-- "The Prodigy's fifth studio album sounds -- instantly, from the jagged synth riff and pounding drum break of the opening title track -- just like The Prodigy should. Only leaner, harder, and even faster than before."
Mojo (Publisher) - p.1053 stars out of 5
-- "Reintroducing the bleeps, synth riffs and chipmunk vocals of their early '90s hardcore roots alongside scuzzy rock, these tracks are full of peaks, breakdowns and hard returns..."
Blender (Magazine)3 stars out of 5
-- "If anyone has the right to reboot the manic keyboard riffs and overheated breakbeats of the era, it's them. Sure, it's nostalgic, but the rave flashbacks punch the right note of crazed jubilation..."
Clash (magazine) (p.96) - "[I]t's 'Take Me To The Hospital' that opens the floodgates for this fifth studio album's most euphoric highs....The album's middle section continues to impress with the savagely boisterous 'Run With The Wolves'..."
Record Collector (magazine) - p.1023 stars out of 5
-- "The highlight has to be the hinged 'Take Me To The Hospital,' which marries ecstasy rush-triggering rave in the style of 'Out Of Space' to a vicious industrial 'Firestarter' back line."
Personnel: Keith Flint, Maxim (vocals); Liam Howlett (keyboards); Dave Grohl (drums).