Alive in cyberspace with Globe Tattoo

Cyberspace is a lot of things: A party place to meet and greet new pals, a not-so-private journal for your deepest secrets, a springboard to your fifteen minutes of fame, a launchpad for world domination. Now prepaid mobile and broadband brand Globe Tattoo, in partnership with internet television site, transforms the internet into the new concert hall, with “Alive Out There”, a series of never-before-seen concerts released exclusively online. “Alive Out There” gives you front-row seats to an online experience you wont soon forget.

“Alive Out There” is the first-ever online concert series available exclusively at, which the diehard rocker in you can access and easily pay for using your Globe Tattoo Mobile Phone or Broadband USB, Globe GCASH or Credit Card. There is an option to watch the concerts using MultiCam,’s pioneering multi-angle camera technology–a feature never before seen in the Philippines, which gives you four camera angles to choose from and lets you switch from one angle to another on the fly, so you don’t miss a thing.

Concert Passes are available for just 60 pesos but if you want to catch all three performances, you can grab a Season Pass for just 150 pesos.

Along with the concert footage, you can also get access to rich content like band rehearsals and interviews with the musicians. Although the videos are not available for download due to piracy concerns, you’re given two full days to enjoy the performance as much and as often as you want via the website.

The first “Alive Out There” concert features Pinoy rock demigods Urbandub. In a nostalgic look back at a decade of making music, the hard-rocking Urbandub showcases their greatest hits, then ups the ante with unique first-ever jams with DJ Fastpitch, guitarist Rusell Manaloto, percussions group Kadangyan and classical string quartet Manila String Machine. The band will also perform a completely stripped-down version of classic 2003 tune “A New Tattoo” from their second album titled Influence, featuring vocalist Gabby Alipe and the 4-string quartet.

Urbandub shared their collective excitement at becoming a part of the country’s rich online history through “Alive Out There”. “We can’t thank Globe Tattoo and enough for giving us the opportunity to present our music and celebrate our 10 years in the industry in such a grand way! It was something new for us and it felt great to be a part of a project like this. It was a moment we will never forget and we can’t wait to do it again soon.” founder and Executive Producer Noel Guevara said that “Alive Out There” is a realization of the Internet Television firm’s goals. “Alive Out There is a testament to what stands for. We want to produce gourmet video content that’s groundbreaking in concept, execution, and experience. As an online concert that can be watched via a live, multi-angle feature, Alive Out There is exactly that. And it gets better and bolder with each succeeding concert.” Guevara continues, “Quite literally, we couldn’t have done this without Globe Tattoo. This show would not have become a reality without the combined infrastructure, experience, determination, and inventive minds of and Globe Tattoo.”

The producers also announced that a full 720p HD option of the concert will soon be added as well, which will be available with no extra charge.

Globe Tattoo Brand Marketing Head Manny Escosa explained what makes “Alive Out There” the perfect vehicle to reach music-loving Tattoo users. “The internet is the new stage, the new venue where you can enjoy everything you are passionate about. Music is a huge passion for our Tattoo customers, and we want to give them a unique experience, something no one’s ever done before, by giving them an all-access pass to watch their favorite bands online. “Alive Out There” is that experience.” Escosa adds, “We’re breaking new ground here, and that’s something we intend to keep doing to keep in step with the digitally-attuned youth.”

Rock on with Globe Tattoo’s “Alive Out There” concert series by visiting or texting ALIVE to 2363.

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