Mastodon Tour review – Photo Review

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Festival month is upon us and most bands are out on tour playing the festivals or played the festivals. One band that is out on the road is Mastodon in support of their latest album “Emperor of Sand” that dropped on March 31st. Despite the heat and humidity people still came out to enjoy a show. They started their set off by playing “Sultan’s Curse” off their latest album. And you could tell Troy was definitely having a good time and getting into it. The crowd was surely loving every minute of it, The turn out was good, even though it seemed some people were leaving after their set because there were there to only see Mastodon play. Among the lighted back screen Brann’s psychedelic drum kit really caught your eye. And not just because the bass drum seems to be looking back at you. Now they played about an hour long and 17 songs. Their set had some of their new songs mixed in with the old. After talking with some of the patrons there, they were pleased with the show. The sound was great and luckily we had no rain. So if you haven’t had a chance to see them yet on this run with Primus then check your local listing to see if they are coming near you

Mastodon

Brann Dailor – Drums and vocals

Brent Hinds – Guitar and vocals

Bill Kelliher – Guitar

Troy Sanders – Bass and vocals

www.mastodonrocks.com

@Mastodon

 

Photos and review : Graham Denzler of GDProductions