LoopyChew;4939736 said:Considering their likenesses were licensed for Tony Hawk HD, I have a feeling the band themselves are exclusive to Acitvision.I don't think we'll see any more Metallica for some time regardless.
NightmareLyre;4939750 said:So... Activision is doing slavery?
samjjones;4939829 said:Contracts are made to be broken.The question is "is there any way that licensing Metallica (be it through this, or whenever the GH contract expires) can be profitable for HMX in this current socioeconomic environment?"
samjjones;4939829 said:Contracts are made to be broken.
tdc002;4939862 said:Metallica may own the rights to their discography, but Metallica is still Metallica. Those guys are CRAZY protective of their music. Didn't they try to sue Harmonix (or maybe Activision) after they released Metallica DLC because they thought somehow people could pirate the songs and listen to them on other devices?I'd say I can't see this happening on any level, yet somehow the Metallica logo shirt was still licensed in RB3, so who knows...
www1221;4939882 said:Guitar Hero Metallica 2
MagicMurderBag7;4939888 said:6 buttons, strings, and nothin' else.Also it's all Lulu.
TubaDude49;4939861 said:You have to remember that Metallica 01 is one of the best selling pieces of DLC released, beating out a ton of singles.
grumblevolcano;4940008 said:They have made their discography available on spotify:http://www.blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=183258&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter