Crypt of the CopyrightHolder
WilyMD plays Crypt of the NecroDancer to copyrighted music, because it is a seminal part of the gaming experience, kind of like Rock Band or Guitar Hero... and streaming those games of course violates copyright even though anyone can listen to full albums on youtube that some pirate has gotten away with uploading; and you can stream any other kind of game with no repercussions: a hypocrisy cluster bomb.
"Crypt of the CopyrightHolder": too financially confusing for youtube, Twitch and the music industry, but exactly WilyMD's speed.
Read the title and take it extremely literally.
Featuring: High-Town DJs, exclusively and repeatedly
Monetized by claimant! and muted on Twitch... the conclusion is that Metallica has possibly turned over a new leaf and it, as an entity, will be voting Bernie Sanders 2016 because the music belongs to everyone.
WilyMD will attempt to debunk his idiotic theories about Twitch copyright shenanigans by using multiple Metallica songs in real Episode 1 of "Crypt of the CopyrightHolder."
Featuring: In Flames, Therion and Judas Priest
Metallica, the kings of attacking infringement of US copyright law apparently had their sight, speech and hearing taken by landmines, because Twitch doesn't give a fuck.
Unlike twitch, Metallica's "One" was immediately caught by youtube and is monetized by the claimant.
Featuring: Metallica (duh, I already said that)
Some twitch streamers seem to be able to get away with broadcasting copyrighted music in the background that has nothing to do with anything they are streaming. WilyMD tries to figure out how this can be and where the whole disconnect is.
Featuring: Protest the Hero, HORSE the Band, Iced Earth, GZA and Rage Against the Machine, just barely