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In February, we talked to the pioneering American prog/sludge/pop/metal band Mastodon, who were then in the studio recording their forthcoming LP, Once More Round The Sun. And today, the first music…   Read Story »
The Coathangers and Mastodon are two Atlanta bands full of heavily tattooed badasses, but all of the Coathangers are women, and all the members of Mastodon are about as hilariously, stereotypically…   Read Story »
During the course of more than a decade, Mastodon has morphed from a small metal band with a dogged work ethic to one of the biggest heavy bands on the planet. Their breakthrough moment was the…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
Atlanta sludge-metal outfit Mastodon have some new merch for sale, including a Thanksgiving t-shirt that some are claiming is racist. The tee highlights the atrocities of American colonialism by…   Read Story »
OK, so music culture has become increasingly atomized. There's enough music out there, and enough services to parse it, that anyone can build a library of obscure artists that cater precisely to…   Read Story »
A dark week for music videos! For whatever reason, this is the week that everyone's decided to perfect their death-stares and document their shit-smashing capabilities. That applies, in one way or…   Read Story »
Feist and Mastodon's (AKA Feistodon's) collaborative "A Commotion"/"Black Tongue" split was one of the highlights of this year's Record Store Day exclusives. Five thousand copies of the 7" sold out,…   Read Story »
An unholy trinity of Opeth, Mastodon and Ghost descended upon the Gibson Amphitheater for an evening of progressive and theatrical metal. Opeth are touring behind their latest album Heritage while…   Read Story »
Yesterday we heard Mastodon cover Feist for a Record Store Day 7". Now we've got their faithful take on the Flaming Lips' Soft Bulletin classic "A Spoonful Weighs A Ton" to enjoy. It was also…   Read Story »