Mastodon


Line-up

1999-  Brent Hinds - guitars, vocals
1999-  Brann Dailor - drums, vocals
1999-  Troy Sanders - bass, vocals
1999-  Bill Kelliher - guitars, backing vocals
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1999-2000  Eric Saner - vocals
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2009  Rich Morris - keyboards
2009-2011  Derek Mitchka - keyboards
2004  Neil Fallon - vocals
2004-2014  Scott Kelly - vocals
2006  Josh Homme - vocals
2006  Cedric Bixler-Zavala - vocals
2006  Isaiah Randolph Owens - keyboards
› 2014  -//- synthesizer
2009  Rich Morris - keyboards, organ

Discography

2000 9 Song Demo [Demo] 10
2003 Mastodon / American Heritage [Single] 7
2003 MTV2 Head Banger's Ball [VA] 7.2
2004 Blood And Thunder [Single] 8.5
2004 Iron Tusk [Single] 6
2005 We Reach: The Music Of The Melvins [VA]
2006 The Wolf Is Loose [Single] 6
2006 Call Of The Mastodon [Compilation] 7.6
2006 The Workhorse Chronicles [DVD] 8.6
2006 Crystal Skull [Single] 7.5
2006 Capillarian Crest [Single]
2007 Deftones & Mastodon Sampler [Single] 5.5
2007 Colony Of Birchmen [Single] 6
2007 The Unholy Alliance [DVD] 8
2007 In The Name Of The King (O.S.T.) [VA] 7.7
2008 Global Metal [VA] 7.5
2009 Just Got Paid [Single] 7
2009 Divinations [Single] 8
2009 Oblivion [Single] 8.7
2011 Dry Bone Valley [Single]
2011 Live At The Aragon [Live] 8.1
2011 Deathbound [Single] 6.3
2011 Black Tongue [Single] 7
2011 Curl Of The Burl [Single] 7
2012 A Spoonful Weighs A Ton [Single] 8
2012 Feistodon [Single] 8.7
2013 Patlapse Tribute Comp [VA]
2013 Live At Brixton [Live] 8.2
2013 Live At Brixton [DVD]
2014 High Road [Single] 7.3
2014 Chimes At Midnight [Single] 7.9
2014 Atlanta [Single] 6
2016 White Walker [Single] 8.5
2002 March Of The Fire Ants 9.6
2004 Blood And Thunder 8.9
2004 Seabeast 8.4
2004 Iron Tusk 8.3
2006 Capillarian Crest 9
2006 The Wolf Is Loose 8.6
2006 Colony Of Birchmen 9.8
2007 Sleeping Giant 9
2009 Divinations 9.1
2009 Oblivion 9.5
2011 Deathbound 9.2
2011 Curl Of The Burl 8.4
2011 Black Tongue 8.9
2012 Dry Bone Valley 5.5
2014 High Road 6.8
2014 The Motherload 7
2017 Show Yourself 7.3

Latest reviews

Emperor Of Sand follows after Once More 'Round The Sun and The Hunter before it as a mixture of streamlined hard rock and periodic bursts of classic Mastodon fury, with a psychedelic alt-rock haze seeping into a few riffs. As with any Mastodon album, Emperor Of Sand houses some inspired musicianship now and then, especially from Brann Dailor, but in keeping with the band's recent trend, the album centers around less kinetic displays and aims for commercial heaviness.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
A new album from Mastodon always promises fresh material, and the band dutifully oblige with the tantalising colour of their latest release. So here we go again, in riff raving fashion, Once More 'Round The Sun.   Review by R'Vannith ››

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