Tag Archives: Troy Sanders

Today in Mastodon: Band do vinyl unboxing; dude does metal cello “Blood and Thunder” cover

Posted by on March 31, 2017

If you weren’t aware, Mastodon’s seventh album, Emperor of Sand, is out today. Last week, the band were in New York City to do press for the album, and while on rock station Q104.3 for an interview, got to see the vinyl version of the album for the first time. It’s pretty awesome to watch Bill […]

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Philip Anselmo, Mastodon’s Troy Sanders talk penis size

Posted by on March 29, 2017

This Friday (31) Mastodon’s new album Emperor of Sand comes out, and we have been looking forward to it. We listened to new songs including “Sultan’s Curse,” “Andromeda,” and the band’s close brush with death in their “Show Yourself” music video. And while Brent Hinds’ might still think Judas Priest aren’t metal, we believe Mastodon are, and Emperor of Sand […]

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Mastodon focus on Troy blending in with latest ‘Emperor of Sand’ studio clip

Posted by on March 10, 2017

In just three weeks, Mastodon’s Emperor of Sand is going to be out. If you think we’re excited, you should see how excited bassist Troy Sanders is. The latest “making of” focuses on him. We already have seen him pull a Rambo, and now we know why. In this clip, he talks about how having a […]

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Here’s a piece of yet another new Mastodon song

Posted by on February 21, 2017

Have you heard “Andromeda” from Mastodon’s Emperor of Sand yet? No, no you haven’t, because it’s not out yet. Youv’e hard “Sultan’s Curse” and “Show Yourself” from the album, but that’s about to change – at least a little bit. The band’s third episode of the making of Emperor of Sand is out, and one of the songs […]

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As Mastodon’s Brent Hinds finds inspiration in the moon, Troy Sanders prepares for war

Posted by on January 23, 2017

While we are waiting for official details about their next album, Mastodon released a third teaser clip for the forthcoming full length. We already saw a previous video featuring Brann Dailor’s distorted voice, and now it’s vocalist/guitarist Brent Hinds turn. The latest video reveals that Hinds recorded guitar riffs for the album in the moon. No, not […]

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Mastodon members to resurrect side project Turd Factory

Posted by on January 11, 2017

At the beginning of last year, Trent Reznor said that there would be some new Nine Inch Nail material by the end of the year, delivering on his promise with a little more than one week left in the year. If we hold Mastodon bassist Troy Sanders to the same standard, we’ll be getting more […]

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Mastodon are in the studio now

Posted by on October 3, 2016

There’s been a lot of talk in recent weeks about Mastodon’s next album. Mainly that it’s coming next year and it’s mostly written. On the eve of their hometown show for Project Pabst, Troy Sanders spoke with the Atlanta Business Chronicle about not only the album, but Ember City, the rehearsal studio the band’s been working […]

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Gone Is Gone follow up EP with new song from full-length

Posted by on October 3, 2016

Back in July, Gone is Gone, a supergroup featuring Mastodon’s Troy Sanders, Queens of the Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen, At The Drive In’s Tony Hajjar and Mike Zarin, released their debut EP. The six-song EP kind of came and went without all that much fanfare, but it was a promising debut. The band have wasted […]

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Mastodon, Hellyeah! have battle of the brothers for Orange Amps

Posted by on August 30, 2016

Let’s face it – some sports are boring. Golf might be fun to play, but watching a bunch of tackily-dressed rich people hit balls around for a few hours isn’t exciting. Tennis isn’t particularly exciting to watch either. However, Orange Amplifiers has just made a promotional video for an event we’d want to watch if […]

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Review and Photos: Gone is Gone, The Dragonfly, Los Angeles, CA, 4/27/16

Posted by on April 29, 2016

Gone is Gone is the relatively unknown project by very known musicians that recently popped up a few weeks back. Considering its lineup consisting of members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age and At the Drive-In, the hype was immediate, and this past Wednesday, the band played their first-ever live show in Los Angeles, CA. Metal […]

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