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Metallica finally joined music streaming service Spotify on December 06, after being for a long time ‘the poster child of not doing things online’. Daniel Ek, the founder and CEO Spotify announced the company is making available the band’s music catalog during a presentation to introduce new features in New York. “Spotify just got louder!”
The days when Metallica was suing Napster for making available for free without their permission lots of their songs are long gone now and over the past two years the band has tried (successfully, I’d add) to prove that its attitude has changed to better suit our times. Last year, beside the traditional ways and
Metallica has come a long way. After wondering last year if the band had gone pro file-sharing (read more) and then announcing their ‘reconciliation’ with Napster, now we come with another piece of news about the four horsemen – the heavy metal group is offering free downloads for fans through Xbox Live. As Game Informer
P2POn’s latest post related to the heavy-metal band published in September about a week before Metallica’s Death Magnetic was officially released began with a statement many were rather reticent to: It seems that Metallica distances itself more and more from the band it was back in 2000 when it carried the flag against illegal file-sharing.
It seems that Metallica distances itself more and more from the band it was back in 2000 when it carried the flag against illegal file-sharing. After we kept you posted with the band’s latest moves, today we take another look at how an old dog can still learn new tricks. You remember the interview Ulrich