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Ufomammut

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.00 | 2 ratings

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4 stars First of all let me say thanks to my progmate Eetu for notifying me of such a fantastic combo. UFOMAMMUT are one of experimental acts in the Sludge Metal scene (that I'm not familiar with, actually). Their distorted, roughly dissected sounds remind me of the similarity to Ministry ('Psalm 88' is one of my faves), but their texture characteristic is not simple at all. Some complex rhythmic bases, weird electronic waves, and comfortable chorus and harmony amongst deep, harsh phrases should add glamour to their style itself. Very innovative are these addictive charms and vibes, which we might get easily immersed in. Imagine the audience and they both should be synchronized and well-unified on and in front of stage at a gig, too.

They have grabbed and digested completely various elements - doom, death, psychedelic, stoner, electronic, and so on. Crazy impressive are also melodic / rhythmic variations - convoluted melodic quirkiness, horrible quiet moments, or electronic solvent, based upon massive deformation of soundgarden. Musically offensive attitude against (for?) the audience might be heard in general really, but their colourful play / sound essence can be blended with experimental sludge metal style, and needless to say, be well- matured. Flowery flavour here and there in a strong heavy vision ' it's not bad.

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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