MASTODON Drummer Schedules Signing Sessions

Drummer Brann Dailor of Atlanta progressive metallers MASTODON has scheduled the following signing sessions during the band's tour with DETHKLOK:

Oct. 10 - Rupps Drums - Denver, CO
Oct. 12 - Explorers Percussion - Kansas City, MO
Oct. 20 - Columbus Percussion - Columbus, OH
Oct. 21 - Huber & Breese - Fraser, MI
Oct. 30 - Sam Ash - New York City, NY
Nov. 01 - Sam Ash - King Of Prussia, PA
Nov. 07 - Drums 2 Go - Orlando, FL
Nov. 13 - Strait Music Center - Austin, TX
Nov. 16 - Hubbard's Music and More - Las Cruces, NM
Nov. 19 - Sam Ash - Hollywood, CA

MASTODON recently confirmed that they are working with composer John Powell and director Jimmy Hayward on the score to "Jonah Hex", the comic-book Western/horror film starring Josh Brolin in the lead role, with support from John Malkovich, Megan Fox, Will Arnett, Michael Fassbender and Michael Shannon. The movie is based on the DC comic series about a horribly scarred antihero who is "a rough-and-tumble gunslinger and part-time bounty hunter whose adventures always ended in blood."

MASTODON guitarist/vocalist Brent Hinds makes a cameo appearance in the film, which is being directed by former Pixar animator Jimmy Hayward for a June 18, 2010 release.

In a May 2009 interview with, MASTODON drummer Brann Dailor revealed that a film adaptation of the band's latest album, "Crack the Skye", is well within the realm of possibility — albeit not in production yet.

"Crack the Skye"'s seven songs, produced by Brendan O'Brien, weave together a conceptual story involving a quadriplegic, astral travel, Stephen Hawking's theories on wormholes and the philosophies of Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin. "I think it's definitely the closest we've come to a fully cohesive story from start to finish," Dailor said.


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