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Pendulum Break Up

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Mystic Mungis    678
It has been revealed today that hugely successful Perth-born, London-based drum?n?bass/rock exponents Pendulum will no longer continue as an entity, with the band?s Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen focusing instead on their new Knife Party project.

Swire has changed his twitter bio recently to announce that there will be no more Pendulum shows and that an album is not on the cards for 2013 as previously announced.

He solidified talk of a Pendulum split in an interview with triple j, saying that it was no longer fun playing with the band that made them so famous.

?The Knife Party thing is going so well we don't really feel like going back to junior school anytime soon,? he told the station?s Linda Marigliano. ?We're having too much fun with this project. It's also great because Pendulum towards the end sort of felt like we were doing it because we had to and that's never a fun way to do music. Whereas Knife Party is pretty much solely us doing what we want to and if no one likes it we don't care.?

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richardsim7    101

Noooooooooo :(

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RadishTM    284

**** :(

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Nick H.    7,970

Aw man. There's nothing like some pendulum now and again, it's a shame to hear they won't be coming out with more stuff.

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Vice    1,594

This sucks!

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Mystic Mungis    678

Aw man. There's nothing like some pendulum now and again, it's a shame to hear they won't be coming out with more stuff.

Yeah as a fan of Metal I loved Self Vs Self since In Flames are one of my favourite bands. Really hoped they would do a few more songs like that :(

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Zodiarck    64

Good Bands die too soon :(

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Freelancer1111    60

There must be some witchcraft going on :(

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Knife Party    630

meh, they made a few decent songs here and there, their music got a bit stale towards the end.... think they realised that aswell, time to move on! Good hearing their music

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Unrealistic    49

How did I miss this news? I was just listening to them yesterday.

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blade1269    86

Hey

Who?

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xtrabit racing    27

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

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mikebiacsi    60

Gutted, seen these guys a few times and they've always been good. But I think they got a bit samey towards the end. Having said that, i'm loving the stuff Rob and Gareth are bringing out as Knife Party!

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Growled    3,880

I guess stuff happens. :(

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n_K    1,641

I didn't even know they were knife party.

Ah well, we can finally put a long overdue nail in the coffin about pendulum being DnB, they've NOT been DnB for a very long time although don't get me wrong, their last rock album was great if you like rock (and I thought it was brilliant).

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trag3dy    3,278

That's a shame, I really enjoyed their music. I'll have to look into this Knife Party thing though.

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nvllsvm    103

Knife Party is pretty terrible. Sounds like typical brostep.

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