Is anybody out there? Can you hear me? If you can, I need your help. The name’s B. B. Stuart and I run one of the hottest nightclubs in I.P. called Hypertext Cafe. Well, I did. Everything is screwed up. Some crazy dude named Anti begged the all seeing, all knowing God of our world, Prog, for a Centralized Object with Destructive Essence, or C.O.D.E. for short. Now he’s using it against the populace. My buddy, Alpha Riff, and his partner, MZ, are headed out to the DMZ to stop him but they’re in a lot of trouble. That’s where you come in!
Digital Champions: Migdal Bavel is a 23 track Hip-Hopera about a cybernetic bounty hunter, his A.I. partner, and a huge list of friends and foes played by a host of amazing performers: 1-UP, TV’s Tyler Boyco, Aramis, 2 Mello, TekForce, Zilla Persona, MC Ohm-I, Ekaj, 2-Ton 21, Ish1da, Nyte, Jollimus, Midi Boss of The Last Wordbenders, Matthew Mead of Kingdoms Burn, Kordlyss, Forneus Mod of Hanna Barbaric, Twill Distilled, Phantastik the Phenom and TyeFighter. The more people that know about Alpha Riff and MZ, the better off they’ll be. In your world, their story came off the backs of a very successful IndieGoGo campaign, ending at 158% completion. And there are even more long term plans for Alpha Riff, MZ, myself, and the rest of the Digital Champions… if we survive this. The C.O.D.E. warps its recipients into C.O.D.E. Demons dead-set on devouring the pair. Grandiose, atmospheric tracks mix with hard hitting, metal influenced instrumentals and soaring, emotionally charged vocals to tell the story of a man, his machines, and the destiny they must ultimately face.
I don’t have a lot of time left – I need to get moving before the C.O.D.E. demons find me – but spread the word. Digital Champions: Migdal Bavel released on November 8, 2014 and the battle is still being waged. Trading cards are set to release soon, a mobile game is in the works, and two comic books have already started production. Alpha Riff and MZ are going to need a veritable army to turn the tide. We hope you’re amongst us. — They’re coming… I need to move — B. B. Stuart, over and out.