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WRC FIA World Rally Championship To Feature Pendulum

Black Bean Games today announces a synchronization agreement with Warner Music UK and Pendulum, the Australian electronica/drum & bass band which debuted at number one on the UK album charts with their third acclaimed album Immersion.

WRC FIA World Rally Championship, the racing video game developed by Milestone Studios, is back after five years and will include Witchcraft, the second and latest top 40 single from ‘Immersion’. Under the terms of the deal, the track is also the official soundtrack to the game’s trailer.


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The group’s next single ‘The Island’ is available from September 20th on Earstorm / Warner Bros. Records, and they recently announced a major UK arena tour.

“Pendulum’s track is a real added value for the game, delivering even more rhythm and excitement to make WRC the unique rallying experience all petrol-head gamers won’t miss!” said Fabrizio Vagliasindi, Strategic Marketing Coordinator at Black Bean Games.

“Pendulum’s pacey, visceral music is the perfect fit with this racing game, enhancing its exhilarating mood. This game is a great way for the band to reach existing fans and make new ones at time when, three months after release, the album is still in the top thirty and their brilliant new single is on the way” said Ali Johnson, Senior Director, Synch Licensing at Warner Music UK.

WRC FIA World Rally Championship will be available in store on the 8th of October 2010 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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One comment on 'WRC FIA World Rally Championship To Feature Pendulum'

Comment by Steve on 2010-09-01 12:53:31

This looks dated already

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