Look, we're not sure when touring is going to return. COVID-19 isn't going away anytime soon and the only viable solutions bands have at the moment for live shows are either drive-in concerts or livestreaming events. Which is exactly where ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan guitarist Kevin Antreassian comes in.
Antreassian has turned his Backroom Studios in Rockaway, NJ in a full-service livestreaming studio. According to MetalSucks, the studio is offering "four Sony Alpha series cameras, two of which are static and two of which are handled by operators, and everything is set up to be properly mic’ed, mixed in ProTools and streamed to your platform of choice, be it YouTube, Facebook or Twitch." Antreassian also mentioned the service is "non/low profit just so people can get music out to the public in these isolated times."