Best encore ever.
Mastodon’s new album is going to be veeery interesting.
The full thing is out in March.
WTF is even happening here.
~Casting~ doubt over their forthcoming shows.
Orange Amps cranks the comedy to 11.
The band’s Brent Hinds says the album will in fact be two separate records.
Not only that, but they’ve also dropped their brutal new single ‘Crucifixion’.
With their self-titled debut EP set to hit shelves on July 8th via Rise Records, this little sneak peak of what’s to come is sure to have fans watering at the mouth.
The heaviest supergroup in town just dropped their first track and it’s everything you want it to be.
And there’s a preview for lead single ‘Violescence’ at the ready, too.
Includes footage of Hinds chopping wood with an axe, trying to break into his own house and even playing the guitar.
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