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Released on May 28, 2002


Mastodon awaken the slumbering heavy music scene on their debut full-length "Remission". The band’s prodigious ability bridges the soulful and technical as Herculean yet incisive songwriting is effortlessly fused with an expansive and emotive tenor. Creative, distinct, graceful and strong, Mastodon's "Remission" features the traits of a benchmark release, a standard to which others will be held and ultimately measured by. Rarely is rock so pure and hard-hitting.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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# Song Name Popularity
1 Crusher Destroyer Voted #1  25%
2 March Of The Fire Ants Voted #2  17%
3 Where Strides The Behemoth  0%
4 Workhorse  13%
5 Ol'e Nessie Voted #3  17%
6 Burning Man  2%
7 Trainwreck  6%
8 Trampled Under Hoof  0%
9 Trilobite  4%
10 Mother Puncher  13%
11 Elephant Man  4%
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Philippe from MontrĂ©al, PQ Canada 
May 24 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great record, but it is mostly for diehard fans of Mastodon. This record has most of the qualities of Leviathan and Blood Mountain, but the overall of this record is less amazing than the previous cited albums. The peaks of the record are certainly March of the Fire Ants and Crusher Destroyer.

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Ben from South Euclid, OH 
Oct 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Crushing! Mastodon are straight metal that will cave your head in. Heavy heavy stuff. a must have.

if you don't like it that means you're impervious to fun

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Matthew from Port Washington, WI 
Jul 2 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The best description of Mastodon's sound is Lynyrd Skynyrd meets Botch meets Relapse style heavy music. They play a heavy, mathy, southern rock influenced metal. This album is worth buying just for the drummer's snare fills, Brann Dailor is an absolutely insane drummer, and uses very weird beats and time changes, very cool. Highlights - tracks 1, 4, 5, 8.

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Rob from Toms River, NJ 
May 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hot Damn this disc is killer. Saw these guys in philly they blew the lid off the troc...almost, but not quite, upstaged Neurosis (is that even possible?) Sadly, this disc pales in comparison to the sheer brutality of their live shows. That being said this is still one of the best metal albums of 2002. And ya gotta love the name! When you listen to this album you get the mental image of a mastodon trudging thru snow 10,000 yrs ago just building up speed on it's way to becoming an unstoppable force, trampling everything else in it's path (whiny black metal bands maybe?) Pick this up along with Lifesblood, their debut EP

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Brian from Slippery Rock, PA 
Mar 10 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Mastodon: (mas'te don) n. [Gr. from the nipplelike processes on its molar] any of an extinct family of proboscidean mammals that differed from the elephants and mammoths by being larger and having a different structure of the molars. Hmm...

Bad name - good metal. Definitely check this out if you are into anything metal, and even if you're not. I saw them open up for DEP, and they were fantastic. Their record doesn't disappoint either. Pick it up.

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