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Are your days of streaming music for free coming to an end?

Posted by on August 24, 2017

If you want to listen to music from a band without buying their album, you probably do one of two things – look the band/song/album up on YouTube or go to Spotify to check it out without paying anything. And while that’s not going to change just yet, an article suggests that in a few […]

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Tool in talks to join streaming services

Posted by on March 24, 2017

Waiting for Tool to follow up 1992006’s 10,ooo Days with their fifth album has been a popular metalhead pastime for at least five years, and while there have been plenty of teases, small hints of progress, and studio updates, it’s been hard to get the sense that we’re any closer – until now. Bloomberg reports that the […]

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Today in co-branding: Guns N’ Roses roses and Spotify Premium with ‘Times’ subscription

Posted by on February 8, 2017

Marketing – it’s a thing, huh? Until today, Guns N’ Roses have stayed out of the firearms and flowers game, but that’s changing. Thankfully, you can’t buy a GN’R Uzi just yet, but thanks to the geniuses at 1800flowers.com, you can pick up an exclusive Not in This Lifetime bouquet of roses in a red vase. […]

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Devildriver’s Dez Fafara shares road playlist with us in advance of tour

Posted by on January 23, 2017

On Wednesday, February 8th, DevilDriver will be hitting the road for their first headlining tour in three years. Death Angel, Winds of Plague, The Agonist, and Azreal will be along for the ride on the  “Bound By the Road” tour. The monthlong tour will require a lot of travel, so we asked DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara to […]

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Streaming rates for Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube shared, and you’re not getting rich

Posted by on January 20, 2017

Although we run our Metal by Numbers column every week, it only tells a small part of the story as far as record sales. It’s no secret that many music listeners have switched over to streaming. One major advantage to streaming services is that any band can sign with a service like Tunecore and be up […]

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Metallica were nervous about screwing up on ‘Fallon’

Posted by on December 1, 2016

They might be one of the  biggest live draws in the world, have more money than some third world countries, and currently have the biggest rock debut in more than two years, but that doesn’t mean Metallica still aren’t nervous about their musical ability. In the latest installation of Spotify’s Metal Talks, James Hetfield says […]

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Anthrax update: Corey Taylor almost joined; Scott Ian embraces Spotify

Posted by on October 25, 2016

While they’ve released an album that’s among this year’s best and are currently on the road with Slayer, we haven’t written about Anthrax since they played two incredibly small shows at Saint Vitus Bar and did a Pink Floyd cover. There have been a few more developments in the the Anthrax camp. Nothing super ground […]

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Amazon launches new music streaming service

Posted by on October 12, 2016

If you’re like any other early tech adopters, you’re probably used to saying “hey Alexa,” as the Amazon Echo has taken off in the year and a half or so it’s been available to the general public. In fact, the wireless speaker that reacts to voice commands has sold over three million so far – and […]

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Metallica relive their early years for Spotify

Posted by on August 18, 2016

In 2000, Metallica decided they didn’t like their music being available for free via file sharing giant Napster. They sued the file sharing service after finding “I Disappear” from Mission: Impossible 2 on there before it was even available to radio. While they were derided at the time, they won the lawsuit, and have been relatively […]

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Is streaming going to save the music industry?

Posted by on August 2, 2016

If you haven’t realized it yet, streaming music has caught on in a big way. It’s much more convenient to listen to whatever you want on demand than to purchase it at a a record store and put it in your listening device of choice. It took a while for Spotify, Apple Music and the other […]

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