With long songs, droning vocals and massive effects Ufomammut is right there along side of Neurosis,
combining their monumental riffing attitude with the psychedelia of the more visionary Pink Floyd.
Ufomammut's live show is supported by the internationally acclaimed video and graphic art of
Malleus, a rock artists’ collective who conjure the entirety of Ufommamut’s visual impact.
New Album EVE out on may 05th!
Review of EVE on Doommantia:
"The album consists of a single 45-minute track that is made up of five parts and is described as
"a homage to the first Woman on Earth, Eve and her rebellion against her creator for bringing knowledge to Man".
In the context of one gigantic piece of work, this is maybe the greatest Doom epic ever recorded. It is very rare when
you hear such a long composition of Doom that is so seamless and constructed in such a flawless way. Even though the
album is made up of five different tracks, there is no gaps between songs so it flows like one continues long song.
Trying to pick highlights is virtually impossible, the whole album is epic killer material from start to finish but
there is some moments that stand out. ... When the album finally winds down, it leaves you breathless.
While Ufommamut have always been about sonic exploration and experimentation, on this album they not only
nail the style but they have also taken it to a whole new level."
The band started off in Leuven in late 2007, coming from different musical backgrounds they found a common passion
in heavy riffing and powerful melodies. Beginning with the idea of a stoner rock band they quickly expanded
into different genres such as blues, psychedelic rock and metal. Playing as a trio without having vocals in their music,
they are trying to show the meaning behind music without the need for lyrics.