MAMMAL

MAMMAL

New World Artists, Exclusive Booking Agents for Mammal.

MAMMAL play 1 show in UK : Tuesday 2nd October 2018 The Underworld London,

Camden High St -opposite Camden Tube Station  7-11pm

1st release presale allocation SOLD OUT in a few hours...

GA tickets 20GBP and On sale now from venue website /direct link via NWA events page.

On 31st Oct, 2009, the flaming fireball of visceral energy and groove known as Mammal suddenly and unceremoniously cancelled all remaining gigs and split up leaving legions of fans, promoters and record labels scratching their heads.

In less than four years, this rock and roll kismet machine recorded a 5 track EP, two live albums, one studio album, one double A side single whilst simultaneously dominating live spaces across Australia, NZ and the UK.  Quickly earning a reputation as one of modern rock’s most visceral, mosh pit friendly and dangerous bands, they proceeded to play every major festival in Australia, winning punters over with their infectious energy and stadium level stage show. These festival appearances lead to scores of sold out shows touring Australia and the UK all the while remaining fiercely independent, aggressively humanitarian and musically prolific.

Every band is the sum of it’s parts. Mammal’s enigma stems from four unique, driven and working artists, Nick Adams (Bass), Ezekiel Ox (Vocals), Zane Rosanoski (Drums) and Pete Williamson (Guitar). After 7 years & 9 months of silence and with seemingly no possible chance of resolution in sight, Pete, Nick, Zeke and Zane decided the time was right to bury the past, look to the future and start the healing process. What better way than through the vehicle that brought them together in the first place, music.

Quite simply, Mammal is back. The need to burn up the stage once more was too hard to resist and who better to do it than arguably one of the best live bands to come out of Australia this century. Who knows what the future holds and in what capacity for a band that has always operated on a razors edge. But if history has shown anything, when it comes to Mammal anything can and most probably will happen. Best to expect the unexpected!

Now, after mind altering reunion shows in Melb Brisbane and Sydney end of 2017, New World Artists proudly presents MAMMAL's COMMUNITY Tour 2018 - On sale now from Oztix and all official outlets 

You should come and bring your community along- it will be fun..  

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Mammal at the Rosemount Saturday night? Hell yeah!

After eight long years, and one false start as bass player Nick Adams addressed some minor technical issues, Mammal were back.

Opening with a brutal version of ‘Nagasaki In Flames’, Ezekiel Ox and the boys came out swinging and set the tone for the night. Ox, shirtless and adorned in bull-horned headdress, was as intense as ever and looked rapt to be back fronting this juggernaut. Three songs in and he had thrown on a t-shirt emblazoned with “I will never play in Mammal again, Ezekiel Ox”. He then proceeded to give the fans a performance that showed just why he should always and forever be, playing in Mammal.

Ox eyeballed every person in the room while singing from either the stage or the Rosemount’s bar; it didn’t matter.  Dancing amongst the fans and drinking punters’ beers, he stalked the venue like he needed to physically engage every single person to force that connection. He was good fun too.

Guitarist Pete Williamson was sensational and cut loose on ‘Maker’, while Melbourne artist Fresh Violet was welcomed to stage to deliver some rap to the guitar driven rocker. Adams was awesome on the bass and never missed a beat, while shirtless drummer Zane Rosanoski beat the hell out of his kit in a powerful display of stick abuse.

Three new songs from the boys, ‘Virtue Signalling’, ‘Community’ and the 24-hour-old ‘Dead’ (released free on their Facebook account) were added to the set of favourites and highlighted the boys were still on their game when it comes to writing sharp, powerful songs that are impossible not to scream to. The biggest tragedy of Mammal’s eight-year hiatus is the missing three albums of music that fans could’ve expected.

Mammal’s live show is a must-see. Their music can be provocative, designed to awaken the masses, inspire change and if nothing else, make you think. Other bands with this much to say have regrettably strayed into the political field where the energy and power of the well-intentioned is slowly devoured and rendered impotent. Ox in full flight is Rollins-like, not only in appearance, but in his aggression and delivery. Hopefully these guys stay together for the long haul. The world needs bands like Mammal.

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