Double Experience Resurrect 1980’s Max Headroom in Music Video “AI Freaks Me Out” The video is a nerdy rock song about rogue artificial intelligence. The band had a lot of fun transforming their vocalist into Max Headroom (the robotic TV host from the 1980’s). “AI Freaks Me Out” will appear on the upcoming album “Rock (Geology)”, but is available now on all streaming databases and algorithms everywhere.
DOUBLE EXPERIENCE released their third full-length, “Unsaved Progress” via their label Colfax Music in April 2016. The album includes their single “The Glimmer Shot”; a Destiny-themed rock anthem, which earned them accolades from the creators of the video game itself plus their cover of Blue Oyster Cult’s ‘Godzilla’. Taking the next step from their previous album – initially released exclusively on collectible trading cards, the band utilizes classic video-game inspired artwork and packaging. The album was brought to life with the help of Al Jacob and Kit Walters (HE IS LEGEND) at Warrior Sound in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
DOUBLE EXPERIENCE have performed across 15 countries, playing everywhere from video game museums to tattoo conventions to Ottawa and Montreal ComicCons as well as many other gatherings such as MAGFest and GuardianCon as well as showcases at Canadian Music Week and Indie Week Canada. Their adventures have been supported by international radio, festivals and television alike, culminating with an entire nerd-rock exposé and performance on Global TV in Canada.
Album Stream – Unsaved Progress – Listen here.
Destiny tribute video ‘The Glimmer Shot’ – Watch here.
Music Video ‘Godzilla’ – Watch here.
Music Video ‘So Fine’ – Watch here.