Heavy metal group Mastodon announces concert in Israel – The Jerusalem Post – Israel News


Mastodon, which has released seven studio albums, has been nominated for five Grammys.

Mastodon, which has released seven studio albums, has been nominated for five Grammys.. (photo credit: JIMMY HUBBARD)


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The Grammy-Award winning heavy metal band Mastodon will perform in Israel for the first time in February.

The group, made up of four members from Atlanta, Georgia, will take the stage at the Expo Tel Aviv Convention Center on February 20.

Mastodon has released seven studio albums and has been nominated for five Grammys, including Best Metal Performance for “Sultan’s Curse,” which it won earlier this year. The group’s best known songs include “Oblivion,” “The Motherload,” “Show Yourself” and “High Road.”

Israeli metal group Cain & Abel 90210 will open for Mastodon in Tel Aviv. The group is stopping in Israel after tour dates in the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Norway and more.

Tickets for the show range from NIS 259-NIS 299 and go on sale Sunday evening at eventim.co.il/mastodon.

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