Pentakil are taking to the road! The virtual one at least with the heavy-metal band set to play a one-off virtual concert in a collaboration between League of Legends' developers Riot Games and virtual entertainment producer Wave and VFX and Oscar-winning creative production studio The Mill.
Lost Chapter: An Interactive Album Experience, will feature songs from virtual band Pentakill's third album, III: Lost Chapter, with the concert set to take place on 8th September.
The announcement marks an exciting week for Pentakill and its fans. The announcement of their third full-length album was followed by an alternate reality game (ARG) campaign that that aims to set the stage for a full-on journey through the secret lore of Pentakill. The ARG game will reach its conclusion during the concert itself, with viewers able to decide how to end that particular narrative.
When is the Pentakill concert?
The virtual concert will premiere on Wednesday, 8th September 2021 at 1 pm PT.
The show is approximately one hour, with a 30-minute pre-show.
You will be able to watch it on Wave’s platform, wave.watch. Those interested will need to sign up for a wave.watch account.
The concert is free.
What can we expect?
Fans will be able to watch the brand, which features League of Legends characters Karthus, Mordekaiser, Sona, Yorick, Olaf, and Kayle performing songs from their latest album, III: Lost Chapter.
Those attending can talk to other fans, get themselves thrown onto the big screen using Wavercam, and vote for what happens next.
How can I listen to the album?
III: Lost Chapter will be available on all major digital streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, and more following the end of the concert on the 8th September. Fans can pre-save the album to their playlist in advance of the release.