Ultra Music Festival wrapped up last night with all of the fireworks, lasers and bass finally coming to a peaceful conclusion at 11 p.m. EST. The main stage grand finale was helmed by drum n bass group Pendulum who were making their first live performance as a complete band in five years, mixed with some of the DJ theatrics of the popular offshoot by two members Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire, Knife Party. That performance would have been enough for most, but they decided to up the ante and brought out Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello to perform an unreleased Knife Party collab live, as well as deadmau5 to do "Ghosts N Stuff."
The Tom Morello track is still untitled, but has been floating around in various live rips for the past year. It was first premiered at a festival in Holland in 2015 and has since been played on and off since then. This was the first time they have done the track live together, especially with the full Pendulum band to make things even harder and more metal.
— Tom Morello (@tmorello) March 21, 2016
Though you can't really see Morello and the band from the clip below, fans now have a better sense of how the final version will come out.
In addition to Morello, KP also invited out deadmau5 for his third appearance of the weekend after replacing The Prodigy as the headliner on the live stage the previous night and then again on Sunday for Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance stage where he opened his set with "Ace Of Spades."
Watch the clip below as Rob Swire sings the vocals to "Ghosts N Stuff" live.