If you still don't feel like you've gotten your Panda Bear fix yet, the Animal Collective co-founder has added one more thing to keep his new album, 'Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper,' on your mind.

Panda Bear, born Noah Lennox, revamped his website to include a multi-sensory experience that will definitely leave an impression. Designed for your computer and various mobile devices, PBVSGR.com lets you see what the new album would look like if it were made into an off-the-wall movie. It features an original soundtrack by Lennox himself while the videos are by Danny Perez. Graphics were done by Marco Papiro, Patakk and Hugo Oliveira "and other 'Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper' curiosities."

Set for release on Jan. 13 via Domino, Lennox will be celebrating the release with a special show at MoMA PS1's VW Dome on Jan. 11. The show will not only showcase the new material but also have a one-off reproduction of Perez's tour visual display. Tickets are officially sold out online, but there will be a handful of them available on the day of the show. But if you can't make it or couldn't nab a ticket, you can stream the gig on the Boiler Room website.

Panda Bear will also be stopping by 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on Jan. 14 where he'll be performing a new cut from the album.