MASTODON: Play The 'Blood Mountain' Game

January 9, 2007

Atlanta progressive metallers MASTODON have just released the "Blood Mountain" game, where you can collect diamonds to get pieces of a key to gain entrance to "Blood Mountain." Get your old-school video game jones on by clicking here.

Keep an eye out for the special cheat codes that you can enter in the game. They're available on MASTODON flyers that are being handed out across the country.

If you missed MASTODON making its first national television appearance on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" on November 1, 2006, footage of the performance has been made available for streaming online at this location.

MASTODON will team up with CONVERGE and PRIESTESS for a U.S. tour beginning in early February.

MASTODON's new album, "Blood Mountain", has sold 76,000 copies in the United States since its release in early September, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

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