After fans received their first listen to the much-anticipated forthcoming album, The Day Is My Enemy with their first single, "Nasty," the U.K. rock/electronic innovators the Prodigy have returned with a new taste of the LP. The second single to come from the group's return is "Wild Frontier," which now comes with the track's music video.

These first two singles are an indication that the infamous band have not lost any of their riot-starting edge. Both "Nasty" and "Wild Frontier" contain the kind of hard-hitting, industrial-inspired brand of electronic music that made them one of the 90's most popular groups.

The claymation music video, which was created by Dutch analogue animator Mascha Halberstad, resembles a children's show, but don't let that fool you. The video is kind of disturbing, complete with roadkill, gutted animals and decapitation. However, it's a very fitting and enjoyable video accompaniment to a track that hints that The Day Is My Enemy may be very well worth the wait. Check out the video above!

The Day Is My Enemy will be available on March 30 via Warner Bros. Records. You can pre-order the release now on iTunes. Also, head to the official Prodigy webstore to buy exclusive album bundles celebrating the release. With the bundles, fans can pre-order the album and receive deluxe album vinyls, album t-shirts, audio downloads and more.

Also, fans in the U.K., Australia, France and Germany have the opportunity to catch the legendary band in the coming months. Check out the tour dates on the band's Facebook.