Ten-year-old American Aquarium, one of the hottest "new" bands in America, are once again on the cutting edge when it comes to interacting with fans.

During their Roadtrip to Raleigh concert earlier this year, ReverbNation set up a 3D video camera to record the title track of their latest album, "Wolves." The company promises, and delivers on their promise to "Explore what it’s like to be part of the action and rock out with ReverbNation band American Aquarium."

AA posted to their Official Facebook:

Every wondered what it would be like to stand on stage with us during one of our sold out "Roadtrip to Raleigh" shows at the Lincoln Theatre??? Well now thanks to ReverbNation and 360 Videos on Facebook you can. If you like it, share it.

And while this is not a brand new technology, it is the first time we've seen it used on this platform (the first time I saw an interactive 3D video was in December, someone set on up in Time Square during that giant snow storm). American Aquarium, once again proving they know whastup when it comes to techy technology -- or at least know folks who do.

We suggest watching this on your smartphone or tablet, much, much cooler.

 

ReverbNation 360º American Aquarium "Wolves"Our team has been working hard to master #360video to bring YOU onstage with ReverbNation Artists. Explore what it’s like to be part of the action and rock out with ReverbNation band American Aquarium.

Posted by ReverbNation on Friday, February 19, 2016