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While self acclaimed as, ‘The most rock n roll, rock n roll band in the History of History’, MAMMOTH MAMMOTH deliver performances that ensure their tongue-in-cheek propaganda is eclipsed by the explosive force of their live shows.Read More...
Described by one radio presenter as, ‘… impossible not to admire a band that has a sense of humour; that doesn’t take themselves too seriously - yet when it comes to their music, they are hugely serious about the riffage that hits you head on!’
It’s a sound MAMMOTH MAMMOTH call ‘Heavy-murder-fuzz.’ or its effect as. ‘...the type of rock that sometimes kills unicorns’. Despite their taste for abstract descriptions, there is no argument that their dark, heavy and menacing tracks are a bold and indelible signature that underlines their musical preferences.
All four figures appear to share a reckless dedication to having the audience witness a band who’s willing to bleed for them. It's built a loyal following and seen their songs feature in film and other third party media. And it’s certainly done them no harm in establishing a strong reputation with stoner, doom and hard-rock enthusiasts.
Albums: April 2008 -MAMMOTH
Sept 2009 - MAMMOTH MAMMOTH
Supports: Airbourne (National Tour)
Winnebago Deal (UK)
Other: Voted in The Age EG's Top live shows 2008.
'Let's Roll' features on the
sound track of the Motion Picture
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Go - 5,219 plays
- Hell's Likely - 5,040 plays
- Weapon Of Mass Self Destruction - 4,167 plays
- Another Drink - 4,169 plays
- Let's Roll - 4,167 plays
- Slacker - 3,322 plays
- Bare Bones - 3,464 plays
- The Bad Oil - 2,997 plays
- (Up all night) Demons to Fight - 3,637 plays
- Bury Me - 2,857 plays