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Hadouken's latest or related album is Every Weekend
Which is released on 2013-03-18 from record company Surface Noise Recordings.
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Hadouken! - Every Weekend (Album Review) - Source: Stereoboard Grindie, grimecore, dance-punk and indietronica.
Hadouken! to release new album 'Every Weekend' on March 18th - Source: Music-News.com Not many bands can release a viral video that attracts nearly 30 million views and produces 50,000 single sales before the single is even officially released as can Hadouken!
23 Million People View Hadouken 'Levitate' Video In One Week - Watch Now - Source: Stereoboard Hadouken!'s brand new viral video for forthcoming single Levitate has graced over 23 million eyeballs on YouTube making it the most viewed video on the channel this week.
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Quick facts about Hadouken
Hadouken! are a band formed in 2006 at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom by vocalist James Smith (born 1985) and guitarist Daniel “Pilau” Rice (born 1986). Many different terms have been applied to them to describe their style, including new rave, dance-punk, indie, grime, electronic and hardcore. After forming their own record label, Surface Noise Records, in February 2006 Smith began writing and demoing the first Hadouken! tracks. The band was formed in October 2006 with Daniel Rice's brother, drummer Nick Rice (born 1988) and James Smith’s girlfriend Alice Spooner who plays synths. In December 2006 they added bassist Chris Purcell (born 1986) to their lineup. Nick Rice’s brother Steve Rice was originally the band’s drummer, though pulled out after two weeks. In February 2007 the band released their first record, a two song vinyl with the song “That Boy That Girl”, which gained mainstream popularity after the video, directed by friend Bob Harlow, made it onto MTV2. Shortly after the video, the band added bassist Chris Purcell. After releasing their 12-track mixtape “Not Here To Please You” on November 12, 2007 featuring originals and remixes, the band returned to the studio to complete their debut album Music for an Accelerated Culture. This featured nine new songs as well as the single “Liquid Lives” and was released on May 5th 2008. It achieved reasonable success reaching 12th in the UK album charts. In mid-2009, the band recorded their second studio album, For The Masses, in Holland with drum and bass producers Noisia. The band described the new album as being different, both lyrically and musically. Learn more about Hadouken