Louisville festival also promises Ice Cube, Billy Idol, Clutch, Avenged Sevenfold, Underoath, Glassjaw, The Sword, and more.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
“Farmer Loved an Onion” is taken from All My Kin, a collection of unearthed recordings from the ’90s.
They’ll appear alongside Primus, Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, and more.
A preview of their debut full-length, Zionic Mud, arriving in April.
The massive outing kicks off in May and runs through early July.
Though Mastodon’s Hinds wasn’t in attendance, the band put forth a fiery live show.
Here’s a Friday the 13th soundtrack that never fails to frighten.
The return of the band’s early ’90s lineup results in an EP dressed in concept album clothes.
A long, strange journey from cats and fishermen to chocolate bars and color-stealing goblins.
Primus shares The Desaturating Seven, the band’s first album with its current lineup in 22 years: Stream
The bizarre record was inspired by an old Italian children’s book called The Rainbow Goblins.
Proggy track is the second listen to the trio’s new album, The Desaturating Seven.
The band’s first full-length of original material in 22 years from the current lineup of Les Claypool, Larry LaLonde, and Tim Alexander.