Pendulum have revealed they will release their first new album in over seven years, titled 'The Reworks'. No release date has been confirmed yet.
Said to be a “project unlike any other released by the band before” in the album’s press release, 'The Reworks' is Pendulum’s first new LP since 2010’s ‘Immersion’.
Rob Swire of Pendulum originally said that a follow-up to that would land in 2014, before later stating on Reddit that they had become disillusioned with the project and would not be producing any new material.
Pendulum are also set to performance at Printworks London in April. That date will be their first headline show since 2011, and comes before headlining Reading and Leeds Festival in August.
Pendulum returned to the live sphere at Ultra Music Festival in Miami in 2016, where they invited Tom Morello of Audioslave and Deadmau5 on stage. They then embarked on a 14-date festival world tour in 2017, which included stops at Ultra Japan, Korea and Singapore, as well as Nass Festival and SW4.
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