A visceral alloy of prog, punk and raw rock, Mammal are forward-thinking and forward moving. This is a band that is seriously going places, and fast.
Livewire four-piece Mammal are already taking Australian stages like a hot-blooded revolution. And for all the right reasons. In an industry typified by manufactured hype, management nepotism and the transparent agendas of major labels, Mammal are a rarity. Independent, loud and proud, and making a big noise via word-of mouth alone.
Ezekiel Ox (Vocals)
Pete Williamson (Guitar)
Nick Adams (Bass)
Zane Rosanoski (Drums)
Like some scarecrow prophet, vocalist Ezekiel Ox spits out his passionate diatribe with a wild-eyed maniacal zeal, fusing rapid-fire rhetoric and soaring melody, while guitarist Pete Williamson lays down the sort of riffage that have any punter’s fist unconsciously forming the horned salute. And throughout, the lock-steady rhythm-section of bassist Nick Adams and drummer Zane Rosanoski deliver the kind of grooves you can feel in your gut.
Having kicked off the year with Big Day Out and Crusty Demons Night of World Records festival shows, during June/July 2008 Mammal toured the nation armed with a fresh single off their forthcoming album ‘The Majority’.
‘The Majority’ was recorded with Eric Sarafin (Ben Harper, Pharcyde) in the producer’s chair at Melbourne’s Sing Sing Studios, and was mixed and mastered in Los Angeles.
‘The Majority’ is Mammal’s debut studio album, and is available through Shock Records.
Wembley 2000 • Reading 2006 • Paris 2006 • Wembley 2007 • Shepherds Bush 2009 • Manchester 2009 • O2 Arena 2009 • Hyde Park 2010 • Arras 2010 • Manchester 2012 • Manchester II 2012 • Leeds 2014 • Milton Keynes 2014
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