Avildsen calls Periphery “too precious for their hits.”
It’s Just Business
"If Metallica can have a therapist, you and your co-founder can have an executive coach."
"No label, band, management, anything. It could be a trip up my own ass, but I feel I’ve earned that trip. I think it’s going to be tremendous."
Vinyl continues to still be popular, streaming is still killing it.
Metallica get a nice bump thanks to copies of Hardwired…To Self-Destruct being offered with new tour tickets.
"Shame on AEG for bringing artists into a power struggle that you're having with your competition, Live Nation."
You can't make money off metal? Shocker.
TERRORIZER MAGAZINE Hasn't Released An Issue All Year, While Still Charging Subscribers. Is It Dead?
Looks like Terrorizer Magazine has went out of business without telling anybody.
They stole some lyrics and it came back to bite them a bit.
"We have a couple things we're looking at, but right now we're still dealing with the label situation."
The label was owned by Integrity guitarist Domenic Romeo.
Now how am I going to let people know I care about nu-metal?
I mean, Lars was definitely right.
In the rock and metal category, of course.
Guns N' Roses are doing just fine financially.
Hip-hop and R&B are still more popular.
Including the music of Tom Petty & Rage Against The Machine.
Hardwired To Self-Destruct sold a friggin' of copies. See who else made the cut