The German power metal band teamed up with ARTE Concert and 0221 Mediaagentur to use video game technology to create a monstrous wolf on stage.
Powerwolf made history as the first band to use augmented reality during their performances at a live concert.
The German power metal band teamed up with ARTE Concert and 0221 Mediaagentur to use video game technology to create a monstrous wolf on stage in real time during their set at this year’s Summer Breeze festival on August 18 in Bavaria, Germany Work done.
In the live broadcast of the festival, both attendees and viewers were able to watch the giant wolf climb and menace on a stage created with augmented reality. He appeared on four of the band’s 17 songs during ‘Incense and Iron’, ‘Amen and Attack’, ‘Beast of Gevaudan’ and ‘Resurrection by Erection’.
Alongside Wolf, the band also performed the largest fireworks display of the entire festival, with a large number of performers on stage and a massive fireworks display. It is because of his dedication to his craft that he currently reigns as one of the most successful artists in Germany.
In other metal news, German chewer metal band Doja Cat has nearly identical artwork for their upcoming new album, due out on the same day.
Doja Cat on Tuesday (29 August) revealed ‘Scarlet’ on social media, the long-awaited follow-up to her 2021 record ‘Planet Her’, which is due for release on 22 September.
He shared the album art in a since-deleted social media post, which featured a purple-pink arachnid with a drop of blood on top. It was soon revealed that the new album artwork for Cheever’s ‘Off Gloom’ album – revealed on 29 July and due for release on 22 September – is almost exactly the same, except for the blood drop shape and the spider position. Feet.