Metallica's Hardwired... To Self-Destruct album now on Wynk Music

The new album will be available on the app alongside other albums by the band

Published Date
21 - Nov - 2016
| Last Updated
22 - Nov - 2016
 
Metallica’s Hardwired… To Self-Destruct album now on Wynk Music

Metallica’s new album, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct, will now be available on Wynk Music. The new album is the first release by the band in eight years. The new album will be available alongside other albums by the band. Wynk has also announced that it has crossed streaming over 25 million per day. The company claims that this is highest for a music app in India.

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Wynk Music, the carrier agnostic music app from Airtel, today said that fans of Metallica, the cult heavy metal band, can now enjoy the band’s complete catalog of hits on the app.


The much awaited new album "Hardwired... To Self-Destruct" along with all the other top hits/albums by the iconic band are now on Wynk Music, adding to the app’s rich songs library.

Metallica’s new album is the first release from the band in eight years and the songs’ line up carries the familiar signature sound. The album will resonate with fans across generations.

 “We are delighted to bring Metallica’s full catalog including its much anticipated latest release, on Wynk Music. Whether it is introducing a latest release from international music legends or music from local artists – we will continue to focus on building the widest and most diverse library of songs to offer a more immersive and personalized experience to our valued customers.”  

This month, Wynk Music crossed streaming over 25 million songs per day, the highest for a music app in India and is the most downloaded music app on Google Playstore since December 2015. The music app has grown 25X in the past 18 months; driven by a collection of over 3 million songs. The app’s carefully curated content kitty boasts of songs in 12 languages. Apart from offering a completely ad-free experience to users, Wynk Music also has streaming partnership rights with most content providers and labels in the industry, providing users an unmatched entertainment experience.