Once More 'Round the Sun is the sixth studio album from American heavy metal band Mastodon. The album was released on June 24, 2014, via Reprise Records.
Once More 'Round the Sun is the sixth studio album from American heavy metal band Mastodon. On April 17, 2014, Mastodon released the album's first single, titled "High Road".
A song of Mastodon´s newest Album "Once More 'Round the Sun" Lyrics: You let the wind take us down You let the storm come and wipe us out I saw the fox stomp you out I saw the ocean come take you under. I have my bullet stuck in your mouth I have you screaming for your last breath, yeah I shoved the boat deep inside I still waiting for the devour. You take the high road down I take the ground below you You take the high road down I take the ground below.
Mastodon - Once More 'Round The Sun (2014). Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
They have got me hanging upside down, again Once more 'round the sun we go again
They have got me hanging upside down, again Once more 'round the sun we go again. What's the meaning of life that we lead when We're caught up in the race My heart is spinning like a merry-go-round And I want you to take a ride I know it's rough and I know that you are weary But its nice once you step inside Roll me over and turn me around and. lets make up on time. They have got me hanging upside down, again I just want to melt into the sun again Once more 'round the sun we go again
Sticker: Mastodon, The New Album, Once More 'Round The Sun, Featuring: High Road and The Motherload, "Mastodon is the greatest metal band of the generation- No one else comes close. - Rolling Stone Magazine, mastodonrocks. Standard jewel case with clear tray & 8-page lyrics fold-out sheet.
Once More 'Round the Sun is the sixth studio album from American heavy metal band Mastodon. The album was released on June 24, 2014, via Reprise Records. On April 17, 2014, Mastodon released the album's first single, titled "High Road".
On June 16, 2014 the album was made available for streaming on iTunes. The album sold around 34,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 6 on The Billboard 200 chart, making it the band's first consecutive top 10 debut, with their previous album, The Hunter, peaking at No.10 after opening with 39,000 copies in 2011.
Troy Sanders has stated in an interview that the album is a continuation, where the band left off with their previous album (The Hunter).
Bill Kelliher stated also about the album's musical style: "We're always trying to surprise ourselves and write something that's new and fresh. It's definitely got the elements of The Hunter in there, but also [of] Remission and some heavier stuff. There's a lot of different influences, from Alice in Chains to Deftones. There's a lot of rock going on."
Brann Dailor stated following about the album: "It's gonna be massive and insane, lots of epic greatness. There will be lots of huge riffs and new directions. It's real weird, real math-y, real straightforward. It's up, down and all around."
Bill also stated that the album's theme might be "death". He stated the following: "It always makes for really good story telling. It's kind of the theme that we have a lot in our music. We've had a lot of friends pass away since the last record. I'm not really sure yet. I think we're kind of focusing more about living on this earth and what would happen if this was your last year to live. I think that's sort of maybe a little bit of what we might be kind of touching on."
No. Title Lead vocals Length
1. "Tread Lightly" Troy Sanders, Brann Dailor 5:14
2. "The Motherload" Dailor, Sanders 4:59
3. "High Road" Sanders, Dailor 4:15
4. "Once More 'Round the Sun" Brent Hinds, Sanders 2:58
5. "Chimes at Midnight" Sanders, Hinds 5:32
6. "Asleep in the Deep" (featuring Valient Himself & Ikey Owens) Dailor, Hinds, Sanders 6:12
7. "Feast Your Eyes" Sanders, Dailor 3:23
8. "Aunt Lisa" (featuring The Coathangers & Gary Lindsey) Dailor, Hinds 4:08
9. "Ember City" Sanders, Dailor 4:59
10. "Halloween" Hinds, Dailor 4:39
11. "Diamond in the Witch House" (featuring Scott Kelly) Scott Kelly, Sanders 7:49
Troy Sanders – vocals, bass guitar
Brent Hinds – vocals, lead guitar
Brann Dailor – vocals, drums
Bill Kelliher – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Nick Raskulinecz – production
Ted Jensen - mastering
Scott Kelly – Vocals and additional lyrics on "Diamond in the Witch House"
Gary Lindsey (chorus) & The Coathangers (ending) – Additional Backing Vocals on "Aunt Lisa"
Valient Himself - Additional Backing Vocals on "Asleep in the Deep"
Isaiah "Ikey" Owens - Synthesizer on "Asleep in the Deep"
"Once More 'Round The Sun" contains samples from "Cowboy Song" written by B. Downey & P. Lynott
Metal from a/HardRock/Classic Uploader. I dont care Im not a content whore. I like and listen to the stuff I post thats why I post it. Understand? Cool. Some reggae makes the cut and of course Johnny Cash.But 9o percent is Metal-Hard Rock and just a bit of the Classic Rock