English rock band Muse is bringing a futuristic virtual reality concert experience titled “Muse: Enter The Simulation” in collaboration with Stageverse. The project is based on Muse’s Madrid performance from their Simulation Theory album tour in 2019. The Stageverse platform will allow the band’s fans to attend this concert with their friends using avatars.
The show is viewable for Stageverse users for free starting September 21. The band also released a teaser trailer with the announcement. The clip provides a sneak peek into the performance taking place at Stageverse’s virtual venue Stageverse Stadium.
Lead vocalist Matt Bellamy unveiled some details about the virtual concert and said that the project highlights the message of their latest album. “Simulation Theory has always been about creating experiences that redefine the human role in programming and technology,” Bellamy said.
Stageverse Co-Founder and CEO Tim Ricker talked about his company’s objective of creating “a place where your digital identity and culture can live and thrive.” He believes that by providing “a high fidelity, premium, and accessible experience,” his company can attract “forward-thinking partners such as Muse, Balmain and Shantell Martin, who are looking to provide an elevated metaverse experience to their communities.”
Muse was formed initially in 1994 in England, and the group consists of Bellamy, bass guitarist Chris Wolstenholme, and drummer Dominic Howard. The band has since sold over 20 million albums worldwide.
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