MASTODON: 'Making Of Blood Mountain' Episode Six Available
Atlanta's MASTODON has posted the sixth exclusive video clip featuring commentary and footage revealing the making of "Blood Mountain". Check it out at this location.
As previously reported, MASTODON's video for the song "The Wolf is Loose" can be viewed by clicking here. The track comes off the Atlanta band's forthcoming album, "Blood Mountain", due on September 12 via Warner Bros. Records.
The "The Wolf is Loose" video was shot on August 12 with director Jonathan Rej (FURTHER SEEMS FOREVER, STRETCH ARMSTRONG), who worked with the band on the video for "Blood and Thunder" from 2004's "Leviathan".
MASTODON will launch a tour in support of the album on September 6 in Baltimore, with dates scheduled through October 7 in Atlanta; THE BRONX and CONVERGE will open the gigs. Then, the band will take off for a month (guitarist Bill Kelliher's got a baby on the way) before heading to Europe for a headlining run there, according to MTV.com. Dailor said MASTODON will be touring the States again in early 2007, with plans to stay on the road for much of the year.
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