℗ 2017 Reprise Records
Released September 1, 2017
Duration 21m 50s
Record Label Reprise
Genre Rock
 

Cold Dark Place

Mastodon

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1.1
North Side Star
Mastodon
6:10
1.2
Blue Walsh
Mastodon
5:12
1.3
Toe to Toes
Mastodon
4:29
1.4
Cold Dark Place
Mastodon
5:59
- Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums - #4 (2017) "The new Mastodon EP is an eclectic, psychedelic journey that sees guitarist/vocalist Brent Hinds picking up a Sho-Bud 13-string pedal steel guitar. His mastery of the instrument is quickly clear." - Pitchfork Cold Dark Place is an EP by American metal band Mastodon. Three of the tracks were recorded during the recording sessions of 2014's Once More 'Round the Sun, while "Toe to Toes" was recorded during the recording sessions of 2017's Emperor of Sand.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reprise Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.26
-0.31 to -0.20
-11.96
-13.52 to -11.08
-8.95
-10.50 to -8.00
7
6 to 8
1
North Side Star
-0.25-12.12-9.08
2
Blue Walsh
-0.20-11.08-8.36
3
Toe to Toes
-0.31-11.13-8.07
4
Cold Dark Place
-0.27-13.52-10.58

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