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Watch Mastodon's Emotional and Hellacious 'Emperor of Sand' Documentary

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He's teamed up with Rick Rubin for a wacky, psychedelic soul cut that may need an explainer.
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Warning: spoilers within.
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Mastodon's "Steambreather" Video Is Funny but Will Make You Fear Noses

Evil cults, acid demons, and slackers abound.
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Get Your T-Shirts and Divination Scrolls Out, Tool Are Going on Tour for the First Time in a Bit

They waited five years—almost as long as the length of one of their own songs—to come back to Canada.
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Watch Tech-Death Overlords Gojira Lay Waste to Existence in Video for "The Cell"

When the thermal imaging hits, you know the song is heavy.
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Madder Mortem's New Album Revisits Norway's Progressive Metal Roots

Stream 'Red In Tooth And Claw,' the genre-defying quintet's first new album since 2009.
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Huzzah! Opeth Are Streaming Their New Album 'Sorceress' Early

Listen to the Swedish band's ultra-proggy LP now.
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Bangladeafy's Jon Ehlers Is Doomed to Play Rock Music, Hearing Disability be Damned

Stream the NYC proggy drum'n'bass duo's bewildering new EP and read an interview with Ehlers on disability representation, jazz, and hearing aids.
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A Tribute to Muse, the Band That Mounts the World

An entirely unprompted celebration of the band that does rock music the best because they do it the dumbest.
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