The move comes as Disney now owns a majority stake in the streaming service.
Plus, the show’s Wendi McLendon-Covey says a possible revival is in “the very early stages” of development.
The streaming platform previously ceased promotion of problematic artists, including R. Kelly and XXXTentacion.
The heavy metal outfit famously filed a lawsuit against the streaming platform for copyright infringement.
Like Spotify, the platforms have chosen to remove the singer’s music from its featured playlists.
The two streaming giants are joining forces to offer consumers a discounted monthly plan.