Fan First: Mastodon's Brann Dailor on Death vs. Metallica, King Diamond, New LP and More
Revolver has teamed with Brann Dailor to publish the Mastodon drummer's first book, Brann Dailor's 101 Clowns of the Coronavirus. The limited-edition 10"x13" hardcover coffee table book is available now in several exclusive packages. Order yours now!
On the new episode of Revolver's "Fan First" podcast, Mastodon's Brann Dailor shares his personal story of music fandom — from watching his mom's band rehearse every night through to discovering Judas Priest and escalating levels of more extreme bands. He explains why Death's Human was more significant than Metallica's Black Album, his special bond with his late sister Skye over King Diamond, how music got him through his darkest moments, rediscovering drums, his early years in bands, forming Mastodon and their upcoming double album, Hushed and Grim. You can listen to the podcast — hosted by The Void's Christina Rowatt — on Spotify and Apple Podcasts, or watch here.