Thunderflix Is A New $6.66 Streaming Service For Metalheads

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If you’re a fan of heavy metal music then it looks like Thunderflix is a streaming service for you to consider. Thunderflix has just recently launched and is advertised as “the world’s first on-demand video streaming platform dedicated to heavy metal music and fans.”


There is no shortage of streaming services to choose from in 2023, and this reality does make it hard for any newcomers to make a dent in the market. Of course, niche streaming services do have the added advantage of already appealing to a specific subsection of the market.

That appears to be the case with Thunderflix which is a new streaming service for metalheads. As part of its video catalog, Thunderflix promises to offer access to new releases, live performances, documentaries, and behind-the-scenes footage, as well as additional official content from artists.


After initially available in an early access state in late February, Thunderfix recently confirmed that the service has now officially launched, and is available to everyone, metalhead or not.

According to Thunderfix, the streaming service is a way for fans to ”directly support the creators and help them provide you with more content.” On that point, the cost of a standard subscription is $6.66 per month. There’s also the option to sign to an annual plan and save over 12 months. The yearly subscription costs $66.60 per year, bringing the average monthly cost down to the less ominous $5.55 amount.

Regardless of whether signing up on a monthly or annual basis, all subscribers get unlimited access to all of the videos, and as there is also a seven-day free trial available, it is possible to test the service out before paying for a subscription.


As to be expected with any new streaming service, device support appears to be a little limited at the moment, so those interested may want to check device compatibility before signing up.

In general, Android and iPhone are listed as supported mobile platforms while Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku are listed as supported living room platforms.

John Finn

By John Finn

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