MASTODON: 'Blood And Thunder' Simultaneous Online Video Launch Announced

MASTODON have announced a simultaneous online launch of their brand new "Blood and Thunder" video. The video will upload to,, and the band's website,, today (Tuesday, April 19) at 5:00 p.m. EST.

The video, which made its world premiere on MTV2 on Saturday, April 9, was shot on location at the Star Bar in the band's hometown of Atlanta, GA. Produced and directed by Jonathan Rej (MAN OR ASTROMAN, FURTHER SEEMS FOREVER, STRETCH ARMSTRONG) and Tom Bingham for Authority Films, "Blood and Thunder" is the lead track from MASTODON's award-winning album "Leviathan".

As previously reported, MASTODON have been confirmed for the second stage at Ozzfest 2005, where they will join BLACK SABBATH, IRON MAIDEN and others for the 10-year anniversary of the heralded festival.


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