Posts Tagged ‘Pendulum’

NEWS: Reading/Leeds Festival 2014 add more acts, including Young Guns and Architects!

A further 57 acts have just been added to this year’s Reading/Leeds Festival weekend line-up, with fresh names including Architects, Young Guns, Brody Dalle, Crossfaith, Tonight Alive, Every Time I Die and more. You can find all new additions listed below:

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LIVE: Download Festival @ Donington Park – Friday (10/06/2011)

Date: June 10th, 2011
Venue: Donington Park, Donington

Note: As only two members of the site were able to attend the festival weekend, we were sadly unable to cover every band performing throughout the day.

It goes without saying that Download Festival is easily one of the pinnacle and most respectable festivals for rock, metal and alternative music in the UK. With years and years of success and acts gracing its grounds, such as AC/DC, Guns N Roses and Slipknot to name just a few of the more famous ones, 2011 is set to keep the festival’s sterling reputation strong and high. On its Friday bill of acts, there’s a range of names both old and new across its four stages, including a return from The Darkness after their indefinite hiatus:

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NEWS: Download Festival 2011 stage times announced!

With the festival only a few mere days away, Download have revealed the official stage times for this year’s event. Check them out below and see if you’ve got any major clashes to deal with:

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NEWS: Eminem and Arctic Monkeys to headline V Festival 2011!

V Festival have announced Eminem and Arctic Monkeys as the weekend’s headliners for 2011. Rihanna will also perform just before Eminem, making high probability of a collaboration of their popular hit single, ‘Love The Way You Lie’. Plan B will preceed Arctic Monkeys on the day they perform.

Other acts performing across the festival weekend are The Script, Dizzie Rascal, Pendulum, Kaiser Cheifs, Duran Duran, Manic Street Preachers, Primal Scream, Razorlight, Chase & Status, Tinie Tempah, The Courteners, Scouting For Girls, Ellie Goulding, Bruno Mars, Jessie J, The Wombats, Mark Ronson, N-Dubz, Big Audio Dynamite, Glasvegas, Hurts, Katy B, KT Tunstall, Squeeze, The Saturdays, Example, Wiz Khalifa, Olly Murs, Cast, Kele, Ocean Colour Scene, You Me At Six, Eliza Doolittle, Fun Lovin Criminals, Imelda May, Bellowhead and Clare Maguire.

For further information on the festival, head to the official website.

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NEWS: More bands added onto Download 2011 line-up!

More bands have been announced to perform at this year’s Download Festival today. Newly added bands to the line-up include Pendulum, Alice Cooper, The Damned Things, Escape The Fate, The Gaslight Anthem, Korn, Alter Bridge, Rise To Remain, Hollywood Undead and more.

You can check the full line-up so far, ticket and venue information and more over at the official Download Festival website by clicking here.

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NEWS: Pendulum announce remix competition!

Pendulum and Warner Bros. Records can confirm details of a new creative competition held in conjunction with Juno Download and SoundCloud. It offers the chance for one talented remixer to win a one in a lifetime chance for their remix of Pendulum’s new single ‘The Island’ to be released by Warner Bros. Records.

The competition is to be launched on September 20th. The winning remix will be selected by Pendulum‘s Rob Swire and Warner Bros. Records‘ A&R team, and will be released with full promotional and marketing support by the label. In addition to earning a royalty, the winner will also collect £500 cash, £150 worth of Juno Download vouchers and a £150 SoundCloud Pro account. The direct link to the competition page is: Four runners-up will each receive a SoundCloud Lite account and £50 worth of Juno Download vouchers.

Once the competition opens, entrants can download the thirteen separate parts of Pendulum‘s original track from Juno from which they can create their remix with their preferred music software package. Upon completion, the finished remix will need to be uploaded as a 320kbps MP3 file to either Juno or SoundCloud by October 18th. The winning track will be announced that same day, with the single’s release to follow by the close of the year.

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VIDEO: Pendulum – The Island

Drum & bass rock group Pendulum have just let loose their new music video for their exceedingly long track ‘The Island’, which is so long it had to be split into two different parts/tracks for the record. ‘Pt. 1 – The Dawn’ has been released as a video, with lots of desert landscape and running about. Here it is:

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NEWS: Pendulum to release ‘The Island’ as next single!

Drum and bass rockers Pendulum have announced that they are to release ‘The Island’ as their next single on September 20th, taken from their UK #1 charting album ‘Immersion’ released earlier this year.

The single’s full nine-minute version will be released as an exclusive iTunes bundle, while a radio edit will also be available as well as a DJ edit of ‘Part II’. Remixes come courtesy of Tiesto and Dutch drum and bass producer Lenzman. The CD version will include the remixes, the original and radio edit.

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NEWS: Pendulum tour this December!

After their recent album ‘Immersion’ hit the number 1 spot on the album charts, Pendulum are going to be celebrating and partying across the UK throughout December with support coming from Hadouken!. We’ve even got ourselves a little video of live footage to wet your appetites in time over the coming months.

Check the tour poster below for all the announced dates. Tickets go on sale from 9.00am on July 30th.

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ALBUM: Pendulum – Immersion

Release Date: May 24th, 2010
Label: Warner Music


What the hell happened to Pendulum? Like really, what the fuck actually happened to them?! They switched from a duo DJ act, to a drum and bass band, to an overly generic, boring, and pathetic excuse for a band who for some odd reason are just someone who are customary and standard to enjoy.

Remember the now over-played tunes ‘Slam’, ‘Blood Sugar’ and ‘Tarantula’? Whether you liked them or not you’d be a fool to not agree that they were all much better than their currently biggest single ‘Propane Nightmares’ from 2008. Previous album ‘In Silico’ saw them taking a far more mainstream route which didn’t bode good for them at all – sales figures aside of course, and sadly they’ve just taken the cheese baton they picked up then to even further lengths.

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