Jared Leto may have been in charge of ordering Replicants to do his dirty work in Blade Runner 2049, but in real life, he’s actively working with robots to promote his music. On Thursday, Leto’s band rock band — Thirty Seconds to Mars — appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert where they used a robot camera to capture their performance. Which, is actually totally historic.

For the first time in late night television, a musical performance was captured not by a human-operated camera, but instead, by a robotic camera. The result actually looks way more futuristic than anything in Blade Runner. The robot camera’s movements create coverage that is fluid and deliberate simultaneously. Described as a “single unedited take,” the footage of the band doesn’t resemble any kind of concert footage you’ve ever seen before. Despite the fact that this camera-person was a robot, there’s something about the footage that actually feels more organic than the staid techniques you might normally associate with seeing a band perform their new song on a talk show. If this is what the future of what rock looks like, it feels more personal than you might expect.

No human films like this.

Called, “Dangerous Night,” the single sounds pretty cool, too, even if the robot filming stole the show. During the performance, a Bitcoin miner was hard at work. At present, it’s unclear how much Bitcoin how much was mined during the performance.

Thirty Seconds to Mars consists of Jared Leto, Jared Leto, Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic. They’re probably still most famous for their 2002 album, 30 Seconds to Mars, though, it’s possible “Dangerous Night” will quickly change all of that.

You can grab the single “Dangerous Night” right here.

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Did you all forget that Ryan Reynolds (and not Danny Devito) is voicing Pikachu in the live-action movie POKÉMON Detective Pikachu? Well, he is, and there is an honest to goodness trailer to prove it. Also, there are like five characters from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in the film, if you want to be technical about it.

There may never be a Too Many Cooks sequel, but that doesn’t mean the 11-minute Adult Swim sitcom parody was a one-time deal. If you ask the creators, they’ll point you to Final Deployment 4, a “spiritual successor” that aired on Adult Swim earlier this year, but if you talk to some of the actors featured in the original viral video they’ll immediately mention something else entirely: Too Many Cooks the Musical.

The world changed forever on October 28, 2014, at four in the morning, but most of us wouldn’t know it until almost a week later.

When Adult Swim debuted Too Many Cooks in that early morning time slot, almost no one thought it would find an audience. Within a week, the surreal 11-minute parody of a ‘90s sitcom theme song had racked up over 5 million views on YouTube and earned public praise from the likes of Zach Braff and Star Wars director Rian Johnson. (In the years since it’s pulled in another 15 million streams on YouTube, and that’s not even counting all the parodies, explainer videos, and unofficial rips.)

Woop-woop! That’s the sound of tha police!” Or it might just be the sound of the police Radar Signs that have been placed along the roads on the Fortnite: Battle Royale* island for a new Season 6, Week 5 challenge.

Week 5 challenges were unlocked Thursday morning. With several totally normal damage-based challenges comes a new edition of the old “Flaming Hoops” task but also a fun new speed-based challenge that pretty much requires a Quadcrasher. The challenge has players “Record a speed of 27 or more on different Radar Signs” five different times. Is that MPH? KPH? We may never know, but we do know it’s gotta be fast.