Mastodon’s Crack the Skye Turns 10 Years Old


Welcome back to Apocalyptic Anniversaries, in which MetalSucks contributor and YouTuber TheMetalTris explores landmark anniversaries of some of the most important albums in the history of metal.

This week we look back at Mastodon’s 2009 release Crack the Skye, which largely took a turn away from the band’s heavier sound towards a much more progressive one inspired by King Crimson, Pink Floyd and Emerson, Lake & Palmer. How does the album hold up amongst the band’s discography a decade later?

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