MASTODON To Guest On MTV2's 'Headbanger's Ball'
MASTODON will be appearing on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday, February 11 to premiere their new "Seabeast" video.
"Seabeast", the third video from "Leviathan", was shot at Atlanta's historic Madison Theater by Jonathan Rej and Tom Bingham, who also shot the band's video for "Blood and Thunder". Photos taken by Ryan Russell during the shoot are available at this location.
MASTODON recently released "Call of the Mastodon", a remixed and remastered collection of their first-ever recording session. Comprised of the first nine tracks the young quartet had ever written, "Call of the Mastodon" is an audio document of a then-new band finding its own space. The nine tracks were remixed and remastered by original engineer Matt Washburn and feature all-new packaging courtesy of the band's longtime artist Paul Romano.
Later on this month, MASTODON will see the release of their first official DVD. The DVD, entitled "The Workhorse Chronicles", features over three hours of exclusive MASTODON footage including in-depth interviews with each band member, candid behind-the-scenes shots from the band's personal video archives and a career spanning range of live performances. "The Workhorse Chronicles" is set for a February 21 release in North America.
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