Earache Decides to Dump All of It’s Music on Spotify. Take That Century Media.

And they shall call it…..the Great Spotify War. Mere days after Century Media decided to jump in their time machine back to 1990, Earache announced today that they’ve signed up to put their whole roster on Spotify and what a uplifting positive press release they have to.

Have you ever wanted to hear that awesome new track from your favourite new band, or to go back and check out the early releases from some of the most legendary names in metal, but not had the money to spend on CDs or downloads? Earache has the answer!

Earache Records has teamed up with popular music streaming service Spotify to give rockers and metalheads instant access to a huge library of killer tunes, all of which are completely free to listen to.

Earache’s entire music catalogue is available now on Spotify, featuring over 3500 tracks from some of the most legendary names in rock and metal, including such classic acts as AT THE GATES, CARCASS, MORBID ANGEL, DEICIDE and NAPALM DEATH, along with the latest releases from some of the hottest new bands such as EVILE, RIVAL SONS, WORMROT and many more.

To listen to the entire Earache music catalogue, just head to http://bit.ly/all-earache-spotify (Spotify account required)

Earache’s Spotify catalogue is a great place to listen to your favourite bands and also to find new music, and it’s always being updated, so keep checking back for the latest and greatest new releases!


Doesn’t that make you feel all warm fuzzy? Not all doom and gloom and pious like Century Media. Time will tell who jumps ship and who comes onboard or even who ends up making out in the long run. I just find it funny that a new opportunity for labels to battle each other for your dollar has emerged and when these types of wars emerge you the consumer win.

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