MASTODON To Co-Host 'Headbanger's Ball'
Relapse Records recording artists MASTODON will co-host MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball". MASTODON will make an in-studio appearance on the program's Saturday, February 14 edition, where they will be interviewed by host Jamey Jasta. "Headbanger's Ball" airs Saturdays from 10-12 p.m. EST on MTV2.
MASTODON (drummer Brann Dailor, guitarist / vocalist Brent Hinds, guitarist / vocalist Bill Kelliher and bassist / vocalist Troy Sanders), who were just named as one of Alternative Press magazine's 2004 "Bands You Need to Know", are currently in the midst of a U.S. tour with CLUTCH and labelmates DYSRHYTHMIA. Immediately following, the band will embark on a string of West Coast dates that will conclude on February 29 in Seattle, Washington, where the band will commence the recording of their new album, "Leviathan", scheduled for a late summer release date via Relapse.
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