|2||Shadows That Move|
|3||Battle At Sea|
|4||Hail To Fire|
|5||We Built This Come Death|
|RR 6506-2||Mastodon||Lifesblood (CD, EP)||Relapse Records||RR 6506-2||US||2001|
|RR 6506-2||Mastodon||Lifesblood (CD, EP, Promo)||Relapse Records||RR 6506-2||US||2001|
|RR-055||Mastodon||Lifesblood (2x7", TP)||Relapse Records||RR-055||US||2004|
|RR-055||Mastodon||Lifesblood (2x7", EP, Bla)||Relapse Records||RR-055||US||2004|
|RR-055||Mastodon||Lifesblood (2x7", EP, Red)||Relapse Records||RR-055||US||2004|
- Artwork [All Other Artwork], Design – Paul Romano
- Artwork [Package Reconstruction] – Orion Landau
- Bass, Vocals – Troy Sanders
- Drums – Brann Dailor
- Guitar – Bill Kelliher
- Guitar, Vocals – Brent Hinds
- Photography By [Duncedoll Photo] – Mayfield Williams
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Matt Washburn
Second pressing of 500 copies on clear blue vinyl.
Recorded at Ledbelly Sound.
℗&© 2001, 2004 Relapse Records, Inc.
- Barcode: 7 81676 65067 5
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): U-57656M-A RR-055-A ⓤ
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): U-57656M-B RR-055-B ⓤ
- Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): U-57656M-C RR-055-C ⓤ
- Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): U-57656M-D RR-055-D ⓤ
- Recorded At – LedBelly Sound Studio
- Pressed By – United Record Pressing – U-57656M
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Relapse Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Relapse Records, Inc.
Lifesblood is the second EP by American metal band Mastodon. The sample at the beginning of Shadows That Move is from the film One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. The sample at the beginning of Hail to Fire is from the autobiographical film The Dancin' Outlaw by Jesco Jesse White. The samples at the beginning of We Built This Come Death and Battle at Sea are believed to be taken from recordings of the Nuremberg Trials. Since this album was only printed for a limited time, it has become quite. Picture In the Eyes of God-era Today Is the Day Mastodon members Brian Dailor and Bill Kellihor were in that band, after all butting heads with the more technically demanding school of Relapse-style hardcoremetalcore e. Dillinger Escape Plan or Burnt by the Sun, although Mastodon is much less hyper. Songs in album Mastodon - Lifesblood 2001. Mastodon - Shadows That Move. Mastodon - Welcoming War. Mastodon - We Built This Come Death. Mastodon - Hail To The Fire. Mastodon - Battle At Sea. Listen free to Mastodon Lifesblood Shadows That Move, Welcoming War and more. 5 tracks 14:43. Lifesblood is the debut EP by Mastodon. Mastodon's debut EP Lifesblood probably isn't quite as good as their to albums, but it's still an excellent work. Any Mastodon fan needs to pick it up. The production here is very rough. Mastodon is very consistent and honest to their craft and each track on each album reflects that commitment. Enjoy them while you can cuz the good ones never last that long. Read more. Advanced search. Mastodon discography misc. Slick Leg 2001. Mastodon, American Heritage 2003. Mastodon discography all. Remission 2002. Type: EP. Mainly because the true style of the band would be later developed. While in this album the dominant key is death metal, with some trash and stoner rock elements, and a bit of experimentation. Ok, this mixture is the Mastodon's trademark, but in Lifesblood the direction of the tracks is not really clear, and a bit too chaotic. The poor production doesn't help to improve the sensation these five tracks give. The vocals are poor in comparison with later Mastodon's albums, and they are too synthetized and artificial. 19 results for mastodon lifesblood. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive. Turn off email alerts. mastodon lifesblood: Items in search results. Mastodon Lifesblood 2 7 PS EP Record 2001 2004 NM Relapse Black Vinyl METAL. MASTODON - Call Of The Mastodon LP GALAXY Colored Vinyl Album Lifesblood Record. Mastodon is now one of the most acclaimed and highly rated bands in the Metal community, and I can understand why just by listening to this release. Lifesblood, the EP that first got Mastodon a spotlight, is a display of pure excellence like you rarely hear in a band's first work. The amount of genres and crossovers that are compressed into these 5 pieces is astonishing, and the final effect is really intense and dynamic. Read more