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Immersion is the third studio album by Australian band Pendulum. The album was announced in early 2009, with the name being confirmed in December 2009. The album was released on 21 May 2010 in Australia and Ireland, and on 24 May for the rest of the world, followed by a UK tour of the album. In January 2010, Pendulum hosted the album preview Ear Storm event at Matter in London in which many top DJs performed sets of their own with Pendulum being the headliners.
The album was finished on 18 April 2010 and mastered by Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering Studios in Los Angeles.
Immersion peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart in its first week of release. The album features a variety of sounds. Although drum and bass is highly featured, electro, house and metal styles are also within the 67 minute long album.
The album features collaborations with Liam Howlett, Steven Wilson and the Swedish melodic death metal band In Flames.
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Hold Your Colour is the debut studio album by the Australian drum and bass band Pendulum, released on 25 July 2005 and later reissued in 2007 by Breakbeat Kaos. The album was mastered by Stuart Hawkes at Metropolis in London. The album features collaborations with artists such as the DJs Fresh and TC, the MCs $pyda and Fats, vocalists from bands Freestylers and Halogen, and guitarists from bands Karnivool and Concord Dawn, together with Peredur ap Gwynedd.
Get Wet is the debut studio album by American electronic dance music band Krewella. It was released in the United States on September 24, 2013 by Columbia Records. This is their only album with former member, Kris "Rain Man" Trindl, who later resigned from the group in 2014. It was preceded by the singles "Killin' It", "Come & Get It", "Alive", "Live for the Night" and "Enjoy the Ride".
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In Silico is the second studio album by Australian drum and bass band Pendulum, released in Australia and Europe on 12 May 2008 by Warner Bros. Records and in the United States a day later by Atlantic Records. The album represents a change in sound for the band from their debut album Hold Your Colour away from drum and bass, incorporating more rock and electronic influences. The album peaked at #2 on the UK Albums Chart on 18 May 2008. Singles from the album include "Granite", "Propane Nightmares", "The Other Side" and "Showdown". Mini discs of the song "The Tempest" were thrown out to the audience of the "Project Rev" live show.
The expression "in silico", from which the album's title is derived, means performed on computer or via computer simulation. However group member Gareth McGrillen also commented on the way it plays upon Nirvana's well-known album title In Utero and thus carries extra shades of meaning related to being "born synthetically", thus explaining the album's cover design of a baby or fetus displayed inside a circular design representing a synthetic ovum.
Celldweller is the first studio album by the American electronic rock project, Celldweller, released in 2003. The album spent one week on the Billboard Top Internet Albums chart, at number 17, and the song "I Believe You" reached number 11 on the R&R Alternative Specialty Show Chart. Celldweller was awarded Album of the Year at the Just Plain Folks Music Awards. Guest appearances include Jarrod Montague of Taproot.
The album was re-released on 10 June 2013 in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the original release.
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