Just Launched Streaming Service Thunderflix is All Things Heavy Metal

The price is ‘appropriately’ set at $6.66 a month

As Consequence of Sound reports, a streaming service called Thunderflix has just launched, promising heavy metal content. The service set its prices in a heavy metal mode too – $6.66 a month or $66.60 a year.

It grants streaming access to documentaries, films, interviews, live concerts, and behind-the-scenes footage via compatible devices (iPhone, AppleTV, Android, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV, possibly more later).

“Imagine a Netflix, but all metal,” remarked creator Samuel Douek, who conceived the idea for the streaming platform out of the “inability to find high-quality, heavy metal to entertain himself as a lifelong music fan.”

According to the press release, the Thunderflix library already includes content featuring some of the metal and hard rock’s biggest names including Iron Maiden, Alice Cooper, Rage Against the Machine, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, and more. Likewise, the cult black metal act Watain is also mentioned, hinting that the service also intends to cater to the underground.

COS adds that Douek plans for Thunderflix “to be the main library of official concerts and films that have come out in the last 30-plus years,” including “concerts that only existed on VHS or DVD, even those DVDs we got on the limited edition digipaks with bonus concerts or making ofs.” Also, no sub-genre is off-limits.

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