In a follow-up to an earlier story, doctors have confirmed that Brett Hinds, vocalist for Mastodon, who was attacked following the Video Music Awards and suffered severe head injuries, is expected to make a full recovery.
Brett Hinds, vocalist for Mastodon has been admitted to hospital after suffering a severe head injury following the group's performance at the recent Video Music Awards. While exact details are skewed, rumors are swirling that Hinds was physically assaulted moments after leaving the stage.
Atlanta's Mastodon is readying the release of their third full-length studio recording with long time producer Matt Bayles. The album, titled Blood Mountain, is the follow up to the Bayles-produced Leviathan. The new album hits stores September 12th. Check out the new songs below:
Mastodon is also heading out on tour with Converge and The Bronx. The tour dates are as follows:
Mastodon's The Workhorse Chronicles, the band's first official DVD release, is a first-hand account of the blood, sweat and tears that have gone into making this mammoth band you know today. Go behind the scenes in over three hours of hand-selected footage from the band's personal video archives. The Workhorse Chronicles delves deep into the core of Mastodon, exposing all that is loved and respected about this band. A must-own for every Mastodon fan. You may order by clicking here.
Mastodon will be featured in a 30 minute television special which is set to air on MTV2 this coming Saturday, January 21st at 11:30pm EST. The special, entitled "Mastodon: The Workhorse Chronicles", will center around the bands upcoming DVD outing The Workhorse Chronicles, which is due out through Relapse on February 21st.