[hellrider 31038] Sunday, January 02, 2011 6:04:52 PM
Ian Hill: "Everything is a risk during the days of downloading. If it's downloaded legally, that's fine. But illegal downloads are the problem. It sounds like a good idea, music for nothing, but unfortunately, it doesn't cost nothing to produce, it costs a fucking fortune to produce. And it's not really bands like ourselves who lose out, because we've got a huge back catalog and we've got a lot of fans who will go out and buy the album anyway. But the up-and-coming bands, they don't get a chance, they have no option but to give their music away. Record companies aren't giving out many contracts anymore, simply because they're not making any money. It's as simple as that."
SO HOW MANY COPYS OF THE NEXT MIGHTY PRIEST BEAST METAL MONSTER ALBUM IS EVERYONE GOING TO GET
MORE THAN 1 RIGHT
KEEP THE METAL ALIVE
DONT BE A METAL BEEEETTTTAAAAYYYYYYEEEEERRRRRRRRRR