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Par fifi59 1ER COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 8 décembre 2003
Format: CD
Mastodon est un groupe difficile à classer. Tentons donc de le faire ! Un peu de Heavy, un peu de Stoner, un peu de Death, un peu de Neo, une petite pincée de Prog, le tout agrémenté de solos géniaux et d'une production à la hauteur. La première écoute n'est pas très convaincante mais on découvre, lors de la seconde, que ce groupe est plus original que de prime abord et peut devenir fascinant, ce qui pousse à l'écouter encore !
Notons la présence d'un dvd live fort intéressant !
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Par kawak le 6 septembre 2004
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Fan de gros sons, de plans bien techniques et de section rythmique digne d'un cachalot se déplaçant dans votre salon, cet album risque de faire votre bonheur (par contre, pour les voisins, c'est pas gagné). Mastodon est formé d'ancien membres de Lethargy ou encore de Today is the day et pratique un metal qui est une sorte de "melting-pot" de tout ce qui se fait dans le genre. Les compositions sont très fouillées et chaque morceaux se différencie des autres, je ne dirais pas que l'on a l'impression d'entendre un nouveau groupe à chaques chansons, mais on en est pas loin. Ce qui est marrant, c'est que le tout reste quand même assez mélodique malgré la lourdeur ambiante. Un album que je vous invite à découvrir sans attendre...
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Par Un client le 22 août 2002
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Houlala, ça rigole pas là ! Avec l'ancien batteur de Today is the Day, la batterie est très technique mais bien groove !! Cet album est un peu moins fou que le 5 titres précédents, plus appuyé mais toujours très original ! Je le conseille !!
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HASH(0x921411e0) étoiles sur 5 5 stars for Remission, 2 stars for the concert DVD 9 décembre 2003
Par Church of The Flaming Sword - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I decided I had to buy Remission based on the opinions of two of my favorite reviewers (Wheelchair Assassin and WPA). The bad news was that I was unable to find the original version of Remission anywhere. The good news was that I found the 2003 Limited Edition reissue. It took me about three days to recover from the shock that came from listening to a CD that was so heavy, so intense, and so good.
Relapse records has quite a roster of unique bands. And let me tell you, Mastodon is no exception. They have achieved something on their first album that few bands do in their entire careers; they have established their own sound. Nowadays, it seems that a lot of groups are trying to be the next Dillinger Escape Plan or Meshuggah. And while Mastodon possess a mastery of their instruments that put them in league with both aforementioned bands, they bring in an element that seems to contradict everything math-metal is about. That element is sludgy stoner rock riffing. Of course it helps when two of your members (guitarist Bill Kelliher and drummer Brann Dailor) were in the technical metal outfit Lethargy. But it really isn't their technical skill that impresses me about Mastodon, it's the feeling they put into every riff and drumbeat. They MEAN every note they play whether it be the unbelievably beautiful intro of "Ol'e Nessie" or the bonecrushing beginning of "March of the Fire Ants".
The DVD, which was filmed in Mastodon's hometown of Atlanta, really isn't much to write home about. The sound quality is atrocious. Bassist Troy Sanders' vocals are entirely too loud (he's actually louder than the instruments). and guitarist Bill Kelliher's vocals aren't loud enough. But I give it two stars for two reasons:
1. It was free. That appeals to cheapskates such as myself.
2. It proves that Mastodon are capable of backing up live what they do on the album.
Also included on the LE CD,but not on the original version, is an outstanding cover of Thin Lizzy's "Emerald". The vocals actually sound a bit like Phil Lynott. It's far better than that crummy "Whiskey in the Jar" from a certain little-known band from San Francisco.
Overall rating (for both CD and DVD combined): 4.25 stars
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HASH(0x925957b0) étoiles sur 5 simply the best relapse has 8 janvier 2004
Par Willo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i might have reviewed this cd before, but i dont remember, so here we go.
first off let me say that mastodon is the most amazing metal band in the relapse assault. yes, although hard to believe, these guys top out cephalic carnage, dillinger escape plan, and maybe even pig destroyer.
i guess the reason that makes this cd so great is that its so diverse, while relapse is my favorite record label, a lot of relapse bands release CDs while are wonderful, become very dull after a couple of listens due to lack of variety in the music. mastodon is NOTHING like this however, they can have the all out brutality such as the opener "crusher destroyer" or "burning man", and than can slow down a touch with songs such as "trilobite" and the instrumentals of "o'le nessie".
these guys are just flat out talented. everything you hear about brann dailor's drumming is true. he's so technical and quick that a lot of the time your so focused on listening to the drums that you miss the rest of the cd, its that good. but, the beauty of his drumming is that he isn't always bursting on speed and going all over the kit like flo of cryptopsy, dailor likes to keep pace with the music, while still plowing his own path. believe everything you hear, the drums sound amazing.
the guitars are no exception, either. the music varies over several genres, and every single song stands out, no song sounds the same, this is what makes mastodon so much different from other relapse groups.
the vocals are also pretty well done, they are ridiculously low (such as nile) to where you can't take them seriously, and it isnt even really a growl, they sound like much more of a low yell, pretty neat. but dont be looking for a ton of vocals on this disc, for the music is what carries mastodon, a lot of the songs feature long instrumental interludes, with a dash of screaming.
1. Crusher Destroyer (9/10) - great opener, only 2 minutes and some really frantic drumming, heavy and somewhat repetitive guitar riffs.
2. March of the Fire Ants (10/10) - heaviest song on the cd, period, and argubly the best on the disc. i cant say much more about it, just flat out amazing.
3. Where Strides the Behemoth (9/10) - fast paced, and of course the crazy drumming make this a great song.
4. Workhorse (9/10) - a little bit slower paced and not as heavy as the first 3 tracks, but it has a sick breakdown near the end, not the best on the cd, but still a great song.
5. O'le Nessie (9/10) - starts out slow, with some cool guitars, and then just slams you with heavy riffs and screams, one of the longer songs on the cd.
6. Burning Man (10/10) - this is where mastodon shows off their blazing speed, this one's a quickie, and just flat out kicks.
7. Trainwreck (9/10) - this is the slowest song on the cd, opens with some voices and trains in the background, and a very soft guitar, than kicks into the first singing effort found on the disc, but dont worry, it picks up on the heaviness near the end. i really enjoyed this song.
8. Trampled Under Hoof (9/10) - very similar to crusher destroyer and burning man, quick, frantic drumming, and a really catchy opening guitar riff, good song.
9. Trilobite (10/10) - has the soft melody of trainwreck, and the all out heaviness of march of the fire ants, all in all a beautifully brutal song that shows a slower side of mastodon.
10. Mother Puncher (9/10) - Similar to march of the fire ants, but it stands out in its own way, some catchy guitar riffs and just flat out heavy guitars, great song.
11. Elephant Man (10/10) - instrumental piece, very beautiful and one of the few instrumentals that i can listen to over and over again, from ANY band that ive listened to, simply amazing, great closer for a fantastic CD.
i know i gave no song below a 9, thats because EVERY SONG IS AMAZING. believe everything, you will NOT be dissapointed with this, every single thing about this cd is great. the music, the vocals, the production, EVERYTHING. by far the best relapse release EVER, GET IT NOW!
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HASH(0x91c5a6c0) étoiles sur 5 brutal soundscapes 25 décembre 2002
Par RxxktheVote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Relapse Records seems to have it's finger of the pulse of everything that is pushing the boundaries of intensity in today's metal scene. From the over the top grind of PxDx and Agoraphobic Nosebleed to these guys, the aptly titled Mastodon, they sure know to pickem.
One part Dillinger Escape Plan, the other part Kyuss, Mastodon are uncomprisingly heavy, yet they still manage to make dynamic and memorable music. "Dynamic" is the key word here... "aesthetics" would be another one. Mastodon shift from texture to texture flawlessly, creating soundscapes that bring to (my) mind cosmic planes, windtorn deserts, and other such imagery. Musically, they use dense riffage and intricate signatures to the fullest, without sounding too frenetic... in fact, it is possible not to notice their technicality on the first listen, a result of their ace songwriting.
The most extraordinary thing about Mastodon, however, is their drummer, Brann Dailor. Holy cow, this guy tears up the kit on this one, dropping mind boggling fills and snare tricks almost every few seconds. The Remission is one of the only albums I own (tool's lateralus is another..) where it's easy to pay more attention to the drums than the band as a whole . THAT is how good this guy is... his cymbal work is commendable as well.
I don't know if I would use "stoner rock" to describe Mastodon, but the droning guitar tone and penchant for ear candy does nothing to revoke it. If you dig on the whole Relapse scene you should have no trouble falling for Mastodon... excellent band.
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HASH(0x91ff4a68) étoiles sur 5 Oh, the insanity! 19 janvier 2003
Par Wheelchair Assassin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I generally like my music heavy or technical, preferably both. To put it mildly, Mastodon scores big in both areas. "Remission" is basically the musical equivalent of a carpet-bombing raid. It's sustained, it's precise, and it's unforgiving. I've heard some pretty monstrous albums in my time, but this one leaves most of them in the dust. With songwriting and musicianship that blows pretty much everyone on the radio out of the water, Mastodon have created an instant heavy-music landmark with "Remission."
Although every band member excels, drummer Brann Dailor definitely deserves special mention. With an average drummer Mastodon would be good, but with this guy they're unbelievable! Brann's drumming pushes the music to new heights of technicality and intensity. His beats are so frenetic and complex I don't think Einstein could figure them out. Any time it looks as if there might be even the slightest lull in a song, he jumps in with his astonishingly fluid fills. He's definitely gonna go down in the annals of metal's all-time best drummers before he's done.
As for the album, it rarely lets up in intensity, even in the instrumental parts. It's a constant barrage of harsh shouts, pulverizing riffs, and ever-changing tempos. And did I mention the drumming? It's really good too. Every song is excellent, with creative structures that provide the band members plenty of opportunities to show off their skills. The epic "Ol'e Nessie" is definitely a highlight. For about two and a half minutes, the song is a midtempo instrumental, and it sounds like it might be a bit of a breather. But then, the heavy riffs and menacing shouts start back up, and the band commences pummeling the listener into the ground once again. "Trilobite," another choice cut, brilliantly mixes crushing heaviness with calm acoustic passages. The instrumental closer "Elephant Man" is a nice touch as well, ending the album on a mellow note after ten mostly insane tracks.
It's really too bad that a band as good as Mastodon isn't going to be heard by many people (I certainly wouldn't mind seeing these guys performing at halftime of the Super Bowl next weekend instead of Shania Twain). But for those privileged people who know the best music typically resides beneath the radar of popular consciousness, "Remission" should provide plenty of enjoyment. If, like me, you're always on the lookout for a good mix of heaviness and technicality, you can find your salvation right here.
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HASH(0x91ff4834) étoiles sur 5 here strides the behemoth 5 juillet 2006
Par Locke Scholar 815 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mastodon's "Remission" is bound to become a classic in not only the stoner and math breeds, but the genre of metal as a whole. Building upon a simple formula (musical brutality contrasted with occasional outbursts of nuanced serenity), Mastodon have erected a marvel of modern metal, complete with song titles and musicality that lend credence to the group's namesake. Layer upon titanic layer of hard-hitting heaviness comprise the majority of this CD, taking no prisoners and damn proud of it. The guitars often give way to a relentless, pummeling percussion section, blending the two massive elements to create one lumbering, vitality-injected monstrosity. The beast is tamed from time to time, as on the rather melodic and mellow introductions to "Trainwreck" and especially "Ol'e Nessie," or the unannounced arrival of an all-out groove right in the middle of "March of the Fire Ants." And "Elephant Man" features some moodier, slower-paced riffing, and is entirely instrumental, letting all the elements flow together smoothly. The rest of the beast is basically given to primal rhythms and melodies. Highlights of this aspect include the aptly named "Crusher Destroyer," "March of the Fire Ants," "Where Strides the Behemoth," and the Zeppelin-esque titled "Trampled Under Hoof." "Trilobite" is a nice hybrid of the two breeds of poetry on display on this incredible disc. The end result is a powerful creature, albeit one that is sometimes too overbearing and dense in its aural assault. A prime example of this is the drumming, which, while nearly unmatched in technicality, tends to rely too heavily on fills and thus often times overpower many of the guitar and bass riffs, which are bone-crushingly extreme and dissonantly beautiful in turn (and often at the same time). A minor complaint, as is the grievance about the lack of clean vocals. In this vast sea of intensity, they are scarcely needed. Overall, a great development of Mastodon's sound, which would only be improved upon with their towering follow-up, "Leviathan".
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