Rage to commemorate Keith Flint and The Prodigy with special programming

Rage are set to pay homage to English electronic legends The Prodigy with a special presentation of career spanning music.

Like the rest of the world, we are reeling from the death of Keith Flint after seeing The Prodigy play in Sydney a mere few weeks ago.

After the tragic passing of The Prodigy frontman, Keith Flint, Rage are hosting a special program to pay tribute to the punk-electro explorers.

Flint was initially a dancer for The Prodigy, although a part of the group since its inception. He made the jump to vocals in 1996 and brought into focus the band’s defining sound, which led to their biggest hits Breathe and Firestarter.

Their iconic cyber look and stage presence has earned them famed regard around the globe, safely implanting them among the legends of electronic sound.

In lieu of the passing, Rage are hosting a tribute to The Prodigy on Friday night, delving into iconic moments from their career and the development of their rave ready sound.

The Prodigy have hosted Rage twice over the years, once in 1996 and 2005, thus Rage will be showing archival footage of the band on the red couch as well as personal footage of the group.

The special event is set to kick off at 12:25am on Saturday morning, so it could be the perfect way to keep a great night going.

Be sure to tune in, dig up the dusty strobe and pay homage to one of the greatest.