MASTODON Guitarist's Home Can Now Be Yours

Justin Seeby of Keller Williams Realty has listed a house in Decatur, Georgia which is said to be currently owned by MASTODON vocalist/guitarist Brent Hinds. The three-bedroom home, which is on the market for $134,900, features "a large, open kitchen with tons of counter space and cabinets, upgraded black appliances, recessed lighting, and room for a large island. The enclosed back porch boasts plank wood flooring and large windows. Enjoy the open deck overlooking a fenced in yard perfect for kids, pets, and entertaining! One-car garage is great for parking and storage. Gleaming hardwood floors, crown molding, and spacious bedrooms complete this [house] to make it the perfect place to call home!"

For more pictures of the property, go to this location.

MASTODON's new album, "The Hunter", is tentatively due this fall via Reprise Records. The CD's cover artwork was created by AJ Fosik, a wood carver who is also responsible for the backdrop the band uses live. This marks the first time MASTODON has not used acclaimed artist Paul Romano, who was responsible for all of the group's previous artwork.

"The Hunter" was recorded at Doppler Studios in Atlanta with producer Mike Elizondo. Drum tracks were previously completed in Los Angeles at the legendary Sound City Studios where NIRVANA's masterwork "Nevermind" was recorded.

(Thanks: Don de Leaumont of The Great Southern Brainfart)


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