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The Hunter

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
Review by Nicholas on 14th October, 2011
 
5 stars "Solid album with some great original music!"

Hugely impressive album with heaps of thought put into every piece of metal/rock pleasure to please fans and those new to Mastodon alike. As a bonus – it seems Mighty Ape was out of stock of the normal version so they sent me the limited edition for no extra charge – well done good people!

 

Details

Release date NZ
September 26th, 2011
Artist
Label
Reprise Records
Number of Discs
1
Brand
UPC
0016861767525
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Product ID
18246888

Description

Atlanta-based sludge/stoner/al­ternative metal outfit Mastodon formed in 1999 around the talents of guitarist Bill Kelliher, drummer Bränn Dailor, bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders, and guitarist/vocalist Brent Hinds. One of the more notable New Wave of American Heavy Metal acts, a genre spawned in the mid-'90s by bands like Pantera, Biohazard, and Machine Head, Mastodon's in­novative, lyrically astute blend of progressive metal, grindcore, and hardcore helped position the band as one of the preeminent metal acts of the early 21st century.

Formed out of a mutual admiration for the Melvins, Black Sabbath, Neurosis, and Thin Lizzy, Mastodon signed with Relapse Records (Today Is the Day, the Dillinger Escape Plan, Coalesce, Burnt by the Sun) in 2001 on the strength of a four-song demo. The EP Lifesblood arrived that same year, followed by the group's full-length debut, Remission, in 2002. The album made positive waves in the metal community but it wasn't until 2004's Leviathan that the band's eclectic brand of proto-metal began to enter the bloodstream of the entire music community. As polished and melodic as it was brutal and genre-defying, Leviathan, loosely based on author Herman Melville's Moby Dick, signaled a turning point in the band's career, appearing on critics' year-end Top Ten lists across the musical spectrum.

Mastodon's newfound popularity eventually landed them a deal with Warner Bros., but not before fulfilling their contract with Relapse in 2006 by releasing Call of the Mastodon, a remastered version of the group's first two demo EPs, and Workhorse Chronicles, a DVD that chronicled the band's story thus far with interviews and concert footage. The band's third album, Blood Mountain, debuted at number 32 on the Billboard charts and received a Grammy nomination in the Best Metal Performance category for the song “Colony of Birchmen.” Blood Mountain marked the band's highest chart peak, and set the stage for its long-awaited 2009 follow-up, Crack the Skye. In 2011, Mastodon released the CD/DVD package Live at the Aragon, which was recorded in Chicago during the Crack the Skye tour.

(Overview AllMusic)

Track Listing:

1:
1. "Black Tongue" 3:26
2. "Curl of the Burl" 3:40
3. "Blasteroid"
4. "Stargasm"
5. "Octopus Has No Friends"
6. "All the Heavy Lifting"
7. "The Hunter"
8. "Dry Bone Valley"
9. "Thickening"
10. "Creature Lives"
11. "Spectrelight"
12. "Bedazzled Fingernails"
13. "The Sparrow"
 

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