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Leviathan

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Blood and Thunder
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I Am Ahab
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Seabeast
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Island
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Iron Tusk
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Megalodon
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Naked Burn
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Aqua Dementia
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Hearts Alive
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Joseph Merrick (Instrumental)
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Jon Wiederhorn is a senior editor at Revolver, a regular freelancer for Guitar World and SPIN and the co-author of the upcoming book "Louder Than Hell: The Unce...more »

04.22.11
Mastodon, Leviathan
2004 | Label: Relapse Records / The Orchard

Featuring two ex-members of influential noise-metal band Today is the Day, Mastodon creates fringe music for the mainstream — proggy, rhythmically complex torrents of melodic noise that incorporate elements of death metal, grindcore, hardcore, thrash and math rock, and somehow still groove like Skynyrd on crank. With Leviathan, the band funneled its multifaceted attack into a concept album based on Herman Melville's literary classic Moby Dick. Nothing could seem less metal; little sounds more

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