Pendulum Posters

Pendulum are an Australian drum ’n’ bass and electronic rock band who are known for their distinctive sound, mixing hard rock with electronic music and covering a wide range of genres. Typically, live performances can see the band using 13 computers, all of which are mixing the sounds produced by the instruments in real time. The group has produced various remixes of other artists including: Led Zeppelin's ‘Immigrant Song’, Linkin Park's ‘The Catalyst’, Calvin Harris's ‘I’m Not Alone’, Coldplay's ‘Violet Hill’, and Metallica's ‘Master of Puppets’ and one of their best-known mixes, ‘Voodoo People’ by The Prodigy.

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  • SALE Pendulum poster - In Silico

    Pendulum poster - In Silico

    £29.99
    10126117
    Original Pendulum poster for the album ‘In Silico’.

    ‘In Silico’ is the 2nd studio album by Australian band Pendulum. The album represents a change in sound from the band's debut album ‘Hold Your Colour’, away from drum and bass, incorporating more rock and electronic influences. Singles on the album include ‘Granite’, ‘Propane Nightmares’, ‘The Other Side’ and ‘Showdown’.

    The album title ‘In Silico’, means 'performed on computer or via computer simulation',  however group member Gareth McGrillen refers to Nirvana's ‘In Utero’ (meaning ‘born naturally’ or ‘of the uterus’) and thus carries extra shades of meaning related to being 'born synthetically', thus explaining the album's cover motif of a baby or fetus displayed inside a circular design representing a synthetic ovum.

    Size
    60” x 40” inches
    (Please note size as this is an original 'Adshel' format designed for outdoor advertising and is supplied rolled)

    Condition
    Good 'Original' Condition



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    Original Pendulum poster for the album ‘In Silico’.

    ‘In Silico’ is the 2nd studio album by Australian band Pendulum. The album represents a change in sound from the band's debut album ‘Hold Your Colour’, away from drum and bass, incorporating more rock and electronic influences. Singles on the album include ‘Granite’, ‘Propane Nightmares’, ‘The Other Side’ and ‘Showdown’.

    The album title ‘In Silico’, means 'performed on computer or via computer simulation',  however group member Gareth McGrillen refers to Nirvana's ‘In Utero’ (meaning ‘born naturally’ or ‘of the uterus’) and thus carries extra shades of meaning related to being 'born synthetically', thus explaining the album's cover motif of a baby or fetus displayed inside a circular design representing a synthetic ovum.

    Size
    60” x 40” inches
    (Please note size as this is an original 'Adshel' format designed for outdoor advertising and is supplied rolled)

    Condition
    Good 'Original' Condition

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