Mastodon's Brann Dailor Talks Seth Meyers House Band Gig

11/11/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Mastodon drummer Brann Dailor says his guest stint as the house drummer on Seth Meyers' late night television show took him out of his comfort zone.

Dailor filled in on drums with the 8G band on Late Night With Seth Meyers earlier this year and he says that while it required discipline on his part, he did cut loose a little when the cameras were off.

Dailor tells Metal Hammer: "I loved that. I was kind of nervous at first, the first show was nerve-wracking because I've never done anything like that. With Mastodon it's one song - one you know. But this, you play the theme and you write the little bits for people to walk on and you write everything that day.

"You know, they play a couple of seconds before, 'Ladies and gentlemen, Bernie Sanders.' You do your thing and wait for him to sit down before you end it.

"It was a really cool experience. The people on that show are cool people. It was a lot of fun to do something way out of my comfort zone." Read more here.

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