MASTODON’S BRANN DAILOR UNVEILS FIRST-EVER SOLO TRACK IN CELEBRATION OF #DCMETAL

Currently Co-Headlining Across the USA with Primus Followed By North American Headline Tour with Dinosaur Jr. As Special Guests This September ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Today, Brann Dailor—co-vocalist, drummer, […]

Currently Co-Headlining Across the USA with Primus Followed By North American Headline Tour with Dinosaur Jr. As Special Guests This September

Today, Brann Dailor—co-vocalist, drummer, and co-founder of GRAMMY® Award-winning heavy rock juggernaut  Mastodon releases his first-ever solo track entitled “Red Death,” inspired by DC Comics’ new graphic novel DARK DAYS: THE ROAD TO METAL available now in comic book shops and in bookstores and digitally on Tuesday May 22, 2018. This also marks Dailor’s first collaboration with DC.

Get the song at all digital partners here.

DARK DAYS: THE ROAD TO METAL is written and illustrated by a rockstar including Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV and sensational artists Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, and John Romita Jr, Leading directly into DC’s blockbuster event DARK NIGHTS: METAL, this is an epic story that spans generations, featuring METAL prequel stories DARK DAYS: THE FORGE and DARK DAYS: THE CASTING, as well as classic DC tales that built the foundations of METAL – FINAL CRISIS issues #6 and #7, THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #1, plus issues #38 and #39 of BATMAN from DC’s “New 52” era, NIGHTWING #17 (from the current series) and more!

Produced by GRAMMY® Award-winning icon Mike Elizondo (Eminem, Twenty-One Pilots, The Regrettes) and film composer and former Marilyn Manson guitarist Tyler Bates (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 & 2, Deadpool), “Red Death” spotlights Dailor’s instantly recognizable vocals and intriguing delivery as he paints a musical portrait of one of the nightmare Batmen from the Dark Multiverse of DARK NIGHTS: METAL, a twisted, malevolent amalgamation of DC heroes Batman and The Flash.

“Red Death” features Bates on guitar with Elizondo on bass and Gil Sharone from Dillinger Escape Plan, Puscifer behind the drum kit. Its dark lyrics remain befitting of the graphic novel’s themes. “Red Death” showcases yet another facet of one of rock music’s most prolific forces.

Brann said of track, “Super stoked to be part of this amazing musical collaboration, always been a fan of anything Batman related and DC Comics as a whole, so the chance to be connected to that universe is a dream come true.”

At present, Mastodon is on a massiver summer co-headline tour with Primus that just kicked off earlier this month. In September, they join forces with Dinosaur Jr. on the road for the very first time.

Mastodon also just shared the animated music video for the track “Clandestiny.” Spin called the visual, “inventive, and Guitar World fittingly described it as, “Wild.Within just two weeks, it crossed the 200K threshold on YouTube. “Clandestiny” can be found on their seventh full-length album, Emperor of Sand—out now. Don’t miss Mastodon on tour this summer.

Click here to view and share “Clandestiny”

Order Emperor of Sand here: https://wbr.ec/emperorofsand

Order Cold Dark Place here: https://wbr.ec/colddarkplace

Mastodon – Primus Co-headline tour dates:

# = Mastodon Headline date

May 19                        Charlotte, NC              Metro Amphitheater
May 20                        Raleigh, NC                 Red Hat Amphitheater
May 22                        Reading, PA                 Diamond Credit Union Theater @ Sandtander
May 23                        Buffalo, NY                  Art Park Amphitheater
May 25                        Glen Falls, NY              Cool Insuring Arena
May 26                        Providence, RI             Bold Point Park
# May 27                     Portland, ME               Maine State Pier                    
May 29                        Boston, MA                 Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
May 30                        Philadelphia, PA          Penns Landing
June 01                        Asbury Park, NJ           Stone Pony Summerstage
June 02                        Baltimore, MD            Pier 6 Pavilion
June 03                        Coney Island, NY         Ford Amphitheater @ Northerly Island (Brooklyn)
June 05                        Columbus, OH             Express Live! (outdoors)
June 06                        Chicago, IL                  Huntington Bank Pav. – Northerly Island
June 08                        Pittsburgh, PA             Stage AE (outdoor stage)
June 09                        Sterling Heights, MI    Michigan Lottery Amphitheater @ Freedom Hill
June 10                        Indianapolis, IN           Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn
June 12                        Cincinnati, OH             PNC Pavilion @ Riverbend
June 14                        Minneapolis, MN        The Myth
June 15                        Bonner Springs, KS      Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
June 16                        Camdenton, MO         Ozarks Amphitheater
June 18                        Lincoln, NE                  Pinewood Bowl (on sale 2/3)
June 21                        Bonner, MT                 Kettlehouse Amphitheater
June 22                        Seattle, WA                 Marymoor Park
June 23                        Bend, OR                     Les Schwab Amphitheater
June 25                        Troutdale, OR             Edgefield
# June 26                     Jacksonville, OR          Britt Pavilion
June 28                        Avila Beach, CA           Avila Beach Amphitheater
June 29                        Berkeley, CA               Greek Theater
June 30                        Lincoln, CA                  Thunder Valley Casino
July 02                         Salt Lake City, UT        Salt Air Pavilion
July 03                         Las Vegas, NV             Downtown Event Center
July 05                         Los Angeles, CA           Greek Theater
July 06                         San Diego, CA             Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theater
July 07                         Phoenix, AZ                 Comerica Theater
# Aug 18                      Springfield, IL              Illinois State Fair (w/ Halestorm, others TBC)

Mastodon with very Special Guests Dinosaur Jr.:

Sep 01                         Edmonton, AB, CAN    North Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Sep 02                         Calgary, AB, CAN        Grey Eagle Centre
Sep 04                         Saskatoon, SK, CAN     O’Brians Event Centre
Sep 06                         Winnipeg, MB, CAN    Burton Cummings Theatre
Sep 07                         Duluth, MN                 Duluth Heritage Center
Sep 08                         Sioux City, IA               Anthem at Hard Rock Casino
Sep 11                         Milwaukee, WI            Eagles Ballroom
Sep 12                         Cleveland, OH             Agora Theatre
Sep 14                         Ft. Wayne, IN              Clyde Theatre
Sep 15                         Grand Rapids, MI        20 Monroe Live
Sep 16                         London ON, CAN         London Concert Theatre
Sep 17                         Kitchener, ON, CAN    Elements
Sep 19                         Hamilton, ON, CAN     First Ontario Concert Hall

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