The Prodigy have announced that they will play two shows at London's Brixton Academy on December 18 and 19.
The gig is being held in celebration of the 'end of the world' on December 21 - as predicted by an ancient Mayan prophecy.
A message on the bands website reads:
"Yo my peoples... fired up to be bringing Warrior's Dance back to the UK for its London debut at Brixton. We're gonna finish 2012 in style with a mega line up of beats, bass n noise. We are coming home! Respect. Keef, Liam & Maxim"
Support acts are Jaguar Skills on December 18 and Araab Muzik on December 19, with Caspa, Southcentral and Gedo Mega Bitch playing both nights.
The live dates follow the band's reissue of their critically acclaimed 1997 album The Fat Of The Land, on December 3. The release will be reissued in a package that will include remixes from Major Lazer, Noisia, Zeds Dead and Baauer.
The band are currently working on their sixth album, which has been given the working title How To Steal A Jet Fighter.