Celebrate the Sept 14 Launch of Monster Hunter Now - ONE OK ROCK releases music video “Make It Out Alive”
Niantic Inc., CAPCOM,CO., LTD and the globally popular rock band ONE OK ROCK collaborated on a new music video – “Make It Out Alive” – to celebrate the release of “Monster Hunter Now” on September 14.
The video, a blend of the real and digital worlds, features a hunter running through the streets of Tokyo and ultimately confronting the monster Diablos at Shibuya Scramble Crossing. It ties together ONE OK ROCK’s blend of emo and rock influenced music with the augmented reality world created in “Monster Hunter Now,” a smartphone game that brings the experience of Monster Hunter to streets, parks, and neighborhoods around the world.
Monster Hunter’s Diablos is featured on the jacket art of “Make It Out Alive”.
Founded in 2005, ONE OK ROCK has forged an indelible path, cultivating a devoted following for their seamless blend of emo and rock influenced music paired with breathtaking live performances.
Since their 2007 debut, the band swiftly rose to prominence, performing live on stages ranging from intimate house venues, to iconic summer festivals, to the renowned Nippon Budokan. Their journey continued as they played at stadiums, arenas, and domed stadiums across Japan.
Venturing beyond their homeland, they struck a deal with an international label, taking their music to even broader horizons. This led to sold out shows throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, solidifying their global following.
Last year, the band released “Luxury Disease,” a testament to their love of rock music. A successful North American tour was next, followed by a “dome tour” in Japan that proved to be a resounding homecoming. Dome tours, which include concerts at indoor stadiums with domed roofs, are performed by the most successful and popular artists in Japan.
The band then joined Muse on their US and EU tour and are currently scheduled to finish this year with their largest Asian arena tour to date.
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