Last year, one of the best metal tours was a co-headlining bill between Opeth and Mastodon. Now the bands have announced a second leg of the tour. It’s a great opportunity to catch two mighty bassists in one night: Martin Mendez and Troy Sanders.
In September of 2018, Mastodon manager Nick John passed away from pancreatic cancer. The metal mainstays have now released their newest full-length release, “Hushed and Grim”, as part of their process dealing with the profound loss.
A month after releasing a new album with Killer Be Killed, Troy Sanders has another new record out with Gone is Gone. “If Everything Happens For A Reason… Then Nothing Really Matters At All” is the second full-length album from the band.
The idea of a metal all-star group can be hard to pull off. However, Killer Be Killed has once again proven just how perfect it can be with their second album, “Reluctant Hero”. We caught up with Troy Sanders to get the scoop on that and more.
Troy Sanders and Mastodon are in the process of working on new material, but until that’s done they’re keeping up their momentum with “Medium Rarities”. The 16-song album is a collection of live cuts, B-sides, instrumentals, and covers.
Gone is Gone (featuring Troy Sanders) has released another single, marking their second new song since they released their full-length debut in 2017. “Everything is Wonderfall” was created out of a jam from near the beginning of the pandemic.
Gone is Gone, the supergroup fronted by Mastodon bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders, have returned with a new single called “No One Ever Walked on Water.” The track marks their first new music since their 2017 debut album, “Echolocation.”
Thin Lizzy is known for having incredible bassists. Formed by the legendary Phil Lynott, the band filled out the low end after his passing with players like Marco Mendoza, Guy Pratt, Randy Gregg, and Tom Hamilton. Now they’ve announced the latest to take up the banner will be Mastodon’s Troy Sanders.
Stu Brooks and Dub Trio have just released their fifth album, entitled “The Shape of Dub to Come.” A play on the groundbreaking Ornette Coleman album “The Shape of Jazz to Come,” as well as The Refused’s “The Shape of Punk to Come,” the record is also experimental in its approach to the style.
The bass will be riding high this spring as Primus and Mastodon have announced a co-headlining tour. With Les Claypool and Troy Sanders at the helm of each band, the tour is not to be missed. The lengthy trek kicks off May 6th at Red Rocks in Colorado before heading South, up the Northeast, through the Midwest, and down the...
Hot on the heels of Emperor of Sand, Mastodon has returned with a new EP entitled Cold Dark Place. Anchored by bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders, the four-song album is compiled from previously unreleased tracks. Three of the four songs are from the album were recorded during the sessions for 2014’s Once More ’Round the Sun while the fourth track, “To to...
I’m a longtime Mastodon fan, so I can safely say that is one of their best albums. Anchored by Troy Sanders, it’s chock-full of killer riffs and melodies that will stick in your head. Here’s a nice clip of the band performing “Show Yourself” live on Jimmy Kimmel. Sanders delivers his big, fat tone that sits right in the pocket...