Video footage of MASTODON performing the song "Sleeping Giant" on MTV's "24 Hours of Human Giant" has been posted at MTV.com. MASTODON played the track live at noon on Friday (May 18) at MTV's Times Square studios in New York City. The performance, which kicked off a special 24-hour stunt on MTV hosted by the two comedians from their show "Human Giant", was reportedly shown live on large screens in Times Square.A 23-minute video interview with MASTODON, conducted recently by David Farrier of New Zealand's of TV3, has been posted online at this location. MASTODON and AGAINST ME! kicked off their tour on May 1 at Los Angeles' Wiltern LG. Each night on the trek, there will be a raffle to give away an Epiphone guitar signed by both bands at the end of the show. Just fill out the raffle form that will be in the merch area of the venue — make sure to fill it out completely — and the winner will be announced immediately after MASTODON's set. Must be present to win. MASTODON is touring behind its critically acclaimed current album "Blood Mountain", which includes the No. 1 metal and Grammy-nominated single "Colony of Birchmen". The band was recently tapped as a "Discover & Download" artist on MTV.
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