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Tag Archives: Game of Thrones

Mastodon to release limited edition “White Walker” vinyl

Posted by on January 19, 2016

Of all the current metal bands out there, few have embraced vinyl more than Mastodon. With all of their Reprise catalog available on vinyl in multiple editions and their Relapse albums also having been released more than once, there’s no excuse for you the discerning Mastodon vinyl junkie to not be able to get their […]

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Mastodon win at Game of Thrones

Posted by on June 1, 2015

Scott Ian was in a recent episode of “The Walking Dead,” and now Mastodon get in on the television action, making an appearance on last night’s HBO show, “Game of Thrones.” They appeared as Wildlings in the climactic final battle of the episode. From the band’s Facebook page: “Yes, that was us on Game of Thrones […]

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HBO releases Catch the Throne The Mixtape Vol 2

Posted by on March 13, 2015

We knew that Catch the Throne: The Mixtape Vol. 2 was coming, and we knew it was coming before the April 12 premiere of the fifth season of Game of Thrones on HBO. Then Mastodon became the first band to unveil a full track from it, when the beautiful “White Walker” was released earlier this week. While it […]

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Hear Mastodon’s haunting White Walker from Game of Thrones mixtape

Posted by on March 11, 2015

So far, music and information from the Game of Thrones mixtape, “Catch the Throne Vol. 2,” has been trickling out slowly. We’ve heard snippets of songs from Killswitch Engage, then Anthrax, and on Friday, word officially came out that Mastodon would be on it as well. Monday, a brief snippet of their contribution was released, […]

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Mastodon preview Game of Thrones track

Posted by on March 10, 2015

Anticipation is continuing to build for the Game of Thrones mixtape. “Catch the Throne, The Mixtape, Volume II” is coming soon, and it was officially announced last week that Mastodon was on the compilation, which also includes new music by Anthrax, Killswitch Engage and Mushroomhead. Now Mastodon have released a short snippet of their track […]

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Mastodon officially confirmed for Game of Thrones mixtape

Posted by on March 6, 2015

We first heard that Mastodon would be on the forthcoming “Catch the Throne” mixtape when Killswitch Engage vocalist Jesse Leach told us back in December off the record while we were talking to him at an Opeth show (yeah, I know, we dropped something). At the time, only Killswitch had been announced, then Anthrax said […]

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Anthrax unveil another snippet of new music

Posted by on March 5, 2015

#Anthraxalbum2015. That’s the hashtag that keeps reminding us that there will be a new album from Anthrax at some point this year. It really seems like we might have new albums from three of the big four this year, and with Metallica working on 20 songs, who knows what could happen? At any rate, with […]

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Anthrax tease Game of Thrones track

Posted by on March 3, 2015

We still don’t know a hell of a lot about the forthcoming “Catch the Throne” mixtape that’s coming out in conjunction with the fifth season of Game of Thrones. We know Killswitch Engage is on it, and we’ve heard a snippet of their song, “Loyalty House Martell.” We also know that Method Man, Snoop Dop, […]

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Killswitch Engage preview Game of Thrones track

Posted by on February 25, 2015

Winter is coming. Oh wait, it’s already here. What we meant to say is that Catch the Throne: The Mixtape, Vol. 2, the second installation of Game of Thrones mixtape, is coming, and Killswitch Engage have given us a glimpse of what their track sounds like. “Loyalty” is what the band’s contribution is called, and while […]

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Enter Shikari cover Game of Thrones theme

Posted by on January 22, 2015

There aren’t really any shows on TV right now that are more metal than Game of Thrones. Gratuitous sex, violence, dragons and a chair made out of swords? While it’s no wonder that a lot of heavy bands have gravitated towards the show, it’s managed to pick up quite a few non-metal fans. Regardless, we know […]

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