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The Prodigy have collaborated with Dave Grohl and James Rushent from Does It Offend You, Yeah? on their new album 'Invaders Must Die'.

The band's Liam Howlett told NME.COM that they joined forces with Grohl after the Foo Fighters frontman emailed asking if he could contribute.

"Dave emailed me asking what I was up to, and asked if he could send some stuff," explained Howlett.

The two parties then worked together over the internet, with Grohl laying down drums for new track 'Run With Wolves'.

Does It Offend You, Yeah?'s James Rushent also appears on the track 'Invaders Must Die'.

Howlett revealed that the new album marked a return to The Prodigy's "DIY roots".

To read the full interview with Howlett, get this week's issue of NME on UK newsstands nationwide now (November 6).

As NME.COM previously reported, The Prodigy tour the UK next April, with support coming from Dizzee Rascal.

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