Fans of the Ghost they blocked the servers of Spotify Live while they were waiting for a special question and answer session with the rock band, thus forcing them to cancel the event.
On September 13, in fact, a special question and answer session was supposed to take place between the Ghosts and their fans but, due to the very high request for participation, the fans blocked the Spotify Live servers, thus forcing the platform to cancel the event.
Both Ghosts and Spotify Live confirmed that the cause of the server crash was indeed the fans of the group.
The streaming giant has indeed written on Twitter:
We sincerely apologize to all @thebandGHOST fans who have been invited to today’s exclusive live room. Unfortunately, due to high demand, we ran into technical difficulties and had to cancel.
The Ghosts then replied to the Tweet, stating:.
We would like to inform you that Ghosts appreciate the dedication and time of their fans. While proud to have blocked @SpotifyLive’s servers, the Ghosts are disappointed with this experience. Alternative opportunities are being explored, because nothing will keep us apart.CopyAMP code
Ghost on Spotify has 10.5 million monthly plays, surpassing that of other metal bands such as Slipknot, Iron Maiden And Tool.
The band is also in the middle of theirs IMPERATOUR North American, along with Mastodon And Spiritbox.