Legendary band recognized as one of the most streamed creators in premier music tech company's history

Photo (L-R): Metallica’s James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo, and Lars Ulrich receive their SoundExchange Hall of Fame Award at Ford Field stadium in Detroit.

WASHINGTON, /PRNewswire/ — SoundExchange, the premier music tech organization powering the future of music, announced today that legendary hard rock band Metallica has been awarded the SoundExchange Hall of Fame Award as one of the most streamed acts in the organization’s 20-year history.

“Metallica is considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time, and for good reason,” said Michael Huppe, President and CEO of SoundExchange. “They have built and rebuilt themselves, continually honing their epic sound with each album and constantly expanding their appeal without abandoning their roots. Metallica is a once-in-a-lifetime success story. Recognizing Metallica with a SoundExchange Hall of Fame Award is an honor.”

Metallica consists of guitarist Kirk Hammett, lead singer and guitarist James Hetfield, bassist Robert Trujillo, and drummer Lars Ulrich. Metallica was presented with the SoundExchange Hall of Fame Award prior to their M72 World Tour’s sold-out performance at Detroit’s Ford Field.

SOURCE SoundExchange

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