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Amazing Album, but expect it to be different from Hold Your Colour.

It is a fantastically well done album, and feels very much like an extension of Pendulum's sound, however, it sounds alot more like In Silico than Hold Your Colour. Alot of the tracks on this album are bending and breaking the typical genre that Pendulum often get put in. Theres alot of rock which has carried over from In Silico. 'The Island Pt. I' has a very house feel to it (Who knew Pendulum were as great at house as they were at DnB!?), opposed to 'Set Me on Fire' which is very Dubstep inspired. So people religiously devoted to Hold Your Colour and the "Original DnB Pendulum" may not enjoy much on this album. 'Immunize' and 'The Vulture' carry the strong edginess of The Prodigy.

The album is quite strangely put together and some songs feel awkwardly placed and as if they dont belong, particularly 'Self vs. Self'.

All in all, its an amzing album and well worth the money. I may have cried when i first listened to 'Witchcraft' it is that good and the transition between 'The Island, Pt. I' and 'Pt. II' is fantastic.

Buy it now!


Something very unexpected when I listened to this album. On first listen I was a little disappointed that it didn't have the instant intrigue that Hold Your Colour or In Silico had for me. But the second time through I was hooked. I've never gone so quickly from one extreme to the other. So I could say its an album that will grow on you, but with the aid of some pumping steroid enhanced Pendulum fury. Stand out tracks for me: Watercolour, The Island, Crush, Under the Waves, Encoder, Witchcraft. And I really can't stand 'Self vs. Self' - it doesn't belong here at all.


I love Pendulum and have for a little while now so let me say, this is an album that was meant to be listened to loud!!! If your neighbours aren't the kind to appreciate "doof doof" music or you have a tendency to earn speeding tickets directionally proportional to the bass levels of your car stereo, perhaps this isn't an album for you.

Thats enough from me, keep an eye on the headlines in your local paper reading "local australian boy was admitted to the psyche ward with two concert speakers taped to his head and Immersion playing on loop. Chance of complete physical recovery from volume damage 80%; chance of emotional recovery from having the speakers removed, highly improbably."

Cheers guys, enjoy the album.


Formed: 2002 in Perth, Australia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the most popular drum'n'bass acts of the early 21st century, Pendulum are an Australian group based in the United Kingdom. Formed in Perth in 2002, the group was originally comprised of producers Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, who worked in tandem with a local DJ named Paul "El Hornet" Harding. One of the team's initial releases, "Vault," became a sensation amid the drum'n'bass community in 2003, benefiting greatly from high-profile placement at the beginning of J Majik's FabricLive mix album....
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