The service will officially end on April 30.
After about 15 years, the music discovery website PureVolume is shutting down, according to a notice on its homepage. The site is "sunsetting" now and will shutter for good on April 30.
"We reget [sic] to inform you that PureVolume.com is shutting down," reads the notice. "If you were storing music here, you will have until April 30th, 2018 to download it. Thanks for all your support."
PureVolume launched in 2003 by Brett Woitunski, Mitchell Pavao and Nathan Hudson as a social music site intended to help fans discover new bands. As it grew in popularity, it became a popular A&R tool for labels seeking new rock acts.