Metallica’s S&M2 album is a follow up to its 1999 live album, S&M. It features the band performing with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and it is set to be released on August 28th, 2020.
Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of this album for quite some time now. It is a very special collaboration between two of the world’s most renowned musicians and an orchestra that has been around for over 100 years.
The album promises to be a unique experience that will bring Metallica to an even wider audience.
The excitement surrounding S&M2 has been so great that pre-orders of the album have already begun and tickets for the live show in September have sold out in less than two hours.
The big question on everyone’s mind right now is whether or not S&M2 will be available on streaming services such as Spotify. While nothing has been officially announced yet, it seems likely that the album will indeed be available on Spotify and other streaming services at some point in the future.
Metallica’s past albums have all been available on Spotify and other streaming services, so there is no reason to think that S&M2 won’t follow suit. Furthermore, Metallica has recently embraced streaming services and their music can now be found on several different platforms.
Will Metallica S&M2 Be on Spotify?
It looks very likely that Metallica’s upcoming album, S&M2, will eventually be available to stream on Spotify and other streaming services. Although nothing has been officially announced yet, based on past behavior it seems highly probable that fans will soon be able to stream this highly anticipated collaboration between Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.