The legendary rock band of the 2000s, Linkin Park, released the music video created entirely by artificial intelligence. The presence of Chester Bennington, who passed away in 2017, drew attention in the video.
The popular band Linkin Park, which accomplished important works and success in the field of alternative rock in the early 2000s, had surrendered to silence for a while. Recently, however, the band shared their previously unreleased track Lost with an AI-generated music video.
Music Video Created by Artificial Intelligence
Lost’s video was produced through the Shibuya studio founded by well-known Web3 artists Emily Yang and Maciej Kuciara. Worked with AI startup Kaiber to create the video. The resulting work is quite ambitious.
Using an AI-powered graphics engine, Kaiber creates new video based on a prompt that explains the ideal version of the potential video. The created videos can also be modified with a number of different styling options. The first animated music videos, original artwork and archival footage were used to create the scenes.
You can watch the previously unreleased Lost with the voice and animation of Chester Bennington below. By the way, this song will be included in Linkin Park’s Meteora 20th Anniversary Edition album, which will be released on April 7. The original Meteora album was released in 2003.