Mastodon Unveil New Album Hushed And Grim with Single ‘Pushing The Tides’


Our favourite metalers Mastodon are back and have an upcoming record titled Hushed And Grim coming out on October 29th. The release will be a follow-up to 2017’s Emperor of Sand and their Cold Dark Place EP. To celebrate the news, the band have delighted us with brand new single ‘Pushing The Tides’.

It’s so exciting that Mastodon are dropping new music and there’s so much pressure on ‘Pushing The Tides’ to meet our expectations, but luckily it surpasses them. It’s got all the technical components you’ve dreamed about, carefully considered shared vocals, and a really nice, fast and steady pace. The production quality is noteworthy and it stands out explicitly, and even though it’s something you’d expect Mastodon to focus in on, it makes all the difference. The instrumental section at the end feels like a bonus with the precision that precedes it.

Add this banger to your regular rotation, as you simply can’t go wrong with ‘Pushing The Tides’ in your life, and get excited for the band’s new album Hushed And Grim. 

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Pre-order Mastodon‘s new double-album Hushed And Grim here.
Check out new single ‘Pushing The Tides’ below.

Mastodon – Hushed And Grim tracklisting

Disc 1
1. Pain with an Anchor
2. The Crux
3. Sickle and Peace
4. More Than I Could Chew
5. The Beast
6. Skeleton of Splendor
7. Teardrinker
8. Pushing the Tides

Disc 2
9. Peace and Tranquility
10. Dagger
11. Had It All
12. Savage Lands
13. Gobblers of Dregs
14. Eyes of Serpents
15. Gigantium

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About Ricky Aarons (742 Articles)
Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.

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