Pandemonium is the tenth studio album by English rock band Killing Joke, released on 2 August 1994 by record label Butterfly. This album marked Killing Joke's return after a four-year-long hiatus, the longest the band has taken since it was initially founded. This album also featured the return of founding member Martin "Youth" Glover, who replaced Paul Raven on bass.
Frontman Jaz Coleman considered Pandemonium to be a conceptual album on the external influence of Arabic music that was spread throughout the entire album. It also incorporated his perspective on life, which is apparent in songs such as "Labyrinth" and "Pleasures of the Flesh".
The title track, as well as "Communion" and "Whiteout" would become live staples of the band.