MASTODON: 'Sleeping Giant' Video Posted Online
MASTODON's video for the song "Sleeping Giant" has been posted at Headbanger's Blog. The clip will debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" on Saturday, July 21.
MASTODON opened for METALLICA on July 8, 2007 at the Wembley Stadium in London, England. Click here to see a photo of the two bands.
Revolution-Music.dk conducted an interview with MASTODON in early July prior to the band's appearance at the Roskilde Festival in Roskilde, Denmark. Download and listen to the audio file at this location.
Video footage of MASTODON performing "Sleeping Giant" on MTV's "24 Hours of Human Giant" has been posted at MTV.com. MASTODON played the track live on 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.
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