Canadian tech death masters ARCHSPIRE are now embarking on an exciting new endeavor and have launched their very own online cooking series, “Good Morning Handsome!” Hosted by vocalist Oliver Rae Aleron and produced by guitarist Dean Lamb, the guys are now taking their technical skills to the kitchen to bring you the most unconventional and spicy cooking show! You can watch the premiere episode, “Friends with Bennies”.
ARCHSPIRE comment: “We are really stoked to announce the launch of our new cooking channel ‘Good Morning Handsome’. Although barking fast and noodling lots are our actual jobs, we wanted to make a show about cooking that’s the opposite of horse shit like Gordon Dickhead Ramsey. We believe cooking should be fun and want to encourage everyone to learn about food in a non stressful or demeaning format. So subscribe to our channel and check out our pilot episode and hopefully learn a bit about how easy cooking actually is.”
Last year, ARCHSPIRE made headlines for appearing on Apple TV’s series “See,” starring Jason Momoa (‘Aquaman,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ etc.), which featured ARCHSPIRE vocalist Oli Peters and drummer Spencer Prewett on the pilot episode! Peters showcases his signature gunfire vocals in a scene in which Momoa hand-selected the band to appear. The episode can be seen at THIS LOCATION.
This isn’t the first time that ARCHSPIRE has broken new ground. The JUNO- Award (Canadian Grammy) nominated technical death metal band, who are currently headliners on four different continents, made both national and international headlines earlier this year for being the perfect musical template for the creation of Artificially Intelligent death metal. Dadabots is special artificial intelligent (AI) software that creates music. The software, developed by Berkley College of Music graduates Zack Zukowski and CJ Carr, is built upon a “recurrent neural network” that receives data and then uses it to interpret musical sequences on its own. Simply stated, the software teaches itself how to compose music based on the work of an existing band as its data-set.After several failed attempts at creating stable, listenable death metal, the creators turned to the music of ARCHSPIRE, which ended up being the perfect template to generating metal tunes via artificial intelligence. More on the project can be read in a document the researchers’ produced in 2017 at THIS LOCATION.