MASTODON's 'Call Of The Mastodon' To Be Reissued On Vinyl

Relapse Records will re-release MASTODON's "Call Of The Mastodon" collection on limited-edition vinyl on February 18 in North America, February 14 in Germany/Benelux/Finland and February 17 in the the rest of the world.

Pressed for the first time in over eight years, this compilation collects all of the band's earliest material including demo material, 2001's "Slick Leg" seven-inch single, and 2001's "Lifesblood" EP.

"Call Of The Mastodon" is a vital piece of heavy metal history and the crucial starting point in the still-burgeoning MASTODON legacy. The vinyl repress follows last year's represses of the seminal MASTODON debut, "Remission", and their now-legendary sophomore LP, "Leviathan".

The "Call of the Mastodon" vinyl includes a digital download of the full album and is being pressed on three color variations: red; clear with gold and blue splatter; and blue and gold merge.

Pre-orders are currently available via this location.



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