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League of Legends’ Pentakill back with new album

League of Legends' Pentakill back with new album

League of Legends’ Pentakill is back with a new album

A mortal reminder to check on the upcoming performance and new album of League of Legends’ Pentakill on April 11.

Riot Games always knows how to make headlines with their promotion and advertisement of their upcoming skins and champions. K/DA was one of the few examples that proves that. Back in 2018 when they released a video clip for POP/STARS by the K-Pop virtual girl group called K/DA, they literally broke the Internet. The video has now 431,160,347 million views on Youtube and the success they achieved with K/DA and one of their newest champion Seraphine after that was humongous!

Certainly, t’s not the first time that Riot Games creates a virtual group for advertising reasons. Pentakill was formed back in 2014 and it’s still active apparently. Olaf, Mordekaiser, Yorick, Sona, Kayle, and Karthus are the main members of the group while their two albums Smite And Ignite and Pentakill – II: Grasp of The Undying quickly became a huge success. Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee and former Nine Inch Nails member Danny Lohner have been involved with the production of the albums. Since the release of their last album there wasn’t any speculation about the band’s future plans.

Legends never die indeed – Pentakill is back

However, it was announced that Pentakill is going to make a come back, this Sunday on Aprill 11 at 1 p.m. PT at the Los Angeles Greek Theatre for the Mid-Season Showdown Opening Ceremonies event. Riot Games promised an exciting performance of the band and the release of their new album! Norwegian rock star Jørn Lande who’s provided vocals for Pentakill is also going to perform live alongside the whole band in-person. As we all know, Riot is always pulling off some dramatic effects during their events, so it’s going to be interesting to watch what they’re planning to do this time. Although there won’t be any audience at the show in order to “deliver the best (and safest) show possible” according to Riot Games, you’ll still be able to tune in and watch it at home.

In conclusion, we still don’t know if any other champion is going to make a guest appearance alongside the group. On the other hand, Riot is famous for putting newly released champions on their new projects, so it’s a matter of time to see what aces they hold up their sleeve.

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Val Kapourani

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Val is a 26 year old geek at heart, who studied Library Science but is also an aspiring Writer with a huge passion for all kinds of fantasy RPG Tabletop and Video Games (also books) like Dungeons and Dragons, Vampire the Masquerade, The Witcher, Dragon Age etc. She was always that druid friend who played with the cat instead of socialising during a party.

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