Stone Temple Pilots will livestream thor debut album Core (Atlantic Records) in its entirety tonight via livestream and their partner nugs.net. Nugs provides high-quality livestreams for bands all over the world for bans from Metallica to Machine Head and more! Core includes massive hits such as “Sex Type Thing,” “Wicked Garden” and “Plush.” Tickets For The Livestream Event Are $9.99, and can be purchased below. Also available at Nugs.TV, Nugs.Net App, IOS, Android or Nugs.Net App On Apple Tv. The concert will also be available within 48 hours from pressing play, for users to replay. The band will also begin sharing live audio recordings from past shows in 2010, 2011, 2018 & 2019.
Robb Flynn of Machine Head performed a livestreamed concert yesterday from his house, via his bands’ streaming partner, Nugs.net. Joining Robb for the show his is son Wyatt Flynn on cello. Watch the first two songs, the newer track ‘Circle The Drain’ and ‘Deafening Silence’ from 2001’s Supercharger below!Continue reading →
The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed at the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt today (March 15th) and live streamed the performance all over the globe via Nugs.net. Nugs.net the leading live music distribution platform for concert recordings and live streams, This was the first time any event has been live streamed from the pyramids. You can now watch the entire performance below. The concert was filmed in 4K by 7 Cinematics, directed by George Elizondo, and live streamed in FullHD via Nugs.net to the band’s social media channels where fans can watch live for free. The audio recording of the show will be released at LiveChiliPeppers.com in multiple download formats ranging from MP3 to hi-resolution audio.Continue reading →
Dubbing the show “To Heavy For Halftime”, the concert was the warm up to Super Bowl 50, played at the bands hometown stadium in San Francisco Sunday night.In addition to the sold-out crowd of 41,195, the event live streamed so that hundred’s of thousands of fans around the world could watch the show at either Metallica’s website or on YouTube. Cage The Elephant was the opening act. The band played a mainly old-school set drawing heavily from the 80s, and Load and Reload from the mid-90s, with nothing from an album past the year 1999. At the end of the concert drummer Lars Ulrich promised the band would see you real soon with a new album in 2016. Earlier in the night frontman James Hetfield claimed the album was “almost done”. Metallica’s last album release was 2009’s Death Magnetic.
Metallica is playing their first show of 2016 Saturday night, and they are headlining CBS Radio’s The Night Before event, in their hometown of San Francisco. They will stream the entire concert live free 1080p FullHD stream live fromAT&T Park, available on mobile and desktop devices at http://webcast.livemetallica.com, delivered by nugs.net. The show is the warm up to Super Bowl 50 this Sunday night. Direct support will come fromCage The Elephant. Metallica will take the stage at approximately 8:30 pm PST. Fans can watch the show live for free and pre-order professionally mixed audio recordings of the show as downloads and collectible CDs from the band, as they do with every concert.
Metallica, photo courtesy of BB Gun Press
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich commented:
“We can’t wait to play our first show of 2016 and there’s nowhere we’d rather kick off the festivities than in our own backyard. Even though the show has been sold out for months, Metallica fans around the world will be able to join in on the madness.”
Nugs.net founder and CEO Brad Sterling also commented on the event:
“We’ve released audio recordings of every Metallica show for the past 12 years at LiveMetallica.com, so naturally we’re excited to deliver the band’s first live HD stream from their hometown on their own web site.”