Following the FCC's decision to repeal net neutrality, many Americans worry about what's to come of the future of our internet. Of those people worried about the future of the internet are musicians around the world.

Recently, Ghastly took to Twitter to say that he was geniunely sad that his album was coming out in post-net neutrality era. As he writes the tweet, Ghastly mentioned that he may have give away the album for free. One fan told him to hold off on doing this until the new Net Neutrality takes place, to which Ghastly agreed to but say he's not about to contribute to this bs by charging people more money than they already spent just to find out the album exists.

Stay tuned for any official word from Ghastly.