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EVE LIVE AT ROADBURN 2011

Ufomammut

Experimental/Post Metal


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Live, released in 2021

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Stigmata (11:08)
2. Eve Part I (14:58)
3. Eve Part II (9:09)
4. Eve Part III (3:11)
5. Eve Part IV (4:48)
6. Eve Part V (11:04)
7. UFO Part I (6:39)
8. Braindome (7:41)
9. God (6:59)

Total Time 75:37

Line-up / Musicians

- Poia / guitars, synthesizers
- Urlo / bass, vocals, synthesizers, effects
- Vita / drums, synthesizers
- Lorenzer / effects

Releases information

CD / LP via Bandcamp (2021)

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Review by DamoXt7942
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4 stars How fresh and fruity this live album recorded a decade before is. As the title says "Eve Live At Roadburn 2011" was performed on stage at Roadburn in 2011 because their concept album "Eve" was appreciated as "Album Of The Year" in a poll by Roadburn Festival visitors. UFOMAMMUT played complete "Eve" in a perfect manner, that finally saw the light as a live album after a decade - in March 2021. They always launch profound stoner rock explanations with experimental hints in every single creation, and their strong intention and policy should be detected in this album too. Additionally, there is definitely not only darkness or heaviness but also something cheerful around the gig material. Yes just as a Krautrock Giant EILIFF played more enthusiastically and impressively on stage of "Close Encounters With Their Third One" than in their studio-based creations, UFOMAMMUT's performance in this album sounds more and more vivid, vivacious, and energetic at least for me (of course their studio one is excellent really though). We can drastically hear a grand unification and integration between the artist and the audience through this opus.

They never betray our expectations. From the departure "Stigmata" they discharge downtempo metallic distortion full of dark atmosphere and psychedelic ambience 'at full throttle'. Melodic patterns are quite simple and repetitive as well but every single phrase has incredible power and persuasion, that the audience would have got constantly immersed in from the start until the finish. Such a critical sound repetition in the latter part is also addictive. We can notice their methodological approaches for absorbing the audience so distinctly. The suite "Eve" is beyond expression. In "Part I" let us get drenched in psychic noise dizziness on the first touch. In the middle, crucial bluesy indepth tension attacks directly to us. The last part involves crazy dissonance as if we would have been drowned beneath their audible mud. "Part II" sounds like an infernal shout via the shoegaze shower. Our inner brain should be sanitized badly by their craziness like Bogzilla meets Space Rock. On the contrary, kinda slightly uptempo weirdness can be enjoyed in "Part III" even under a tough current situation ... followed by "Part IV" filled with mysterious melodic correlation to another dimension. "Part V" is the last run aka their 'stoner rock ultima' flooded with psychedelic movements and delicious auditory dissection.

Sounds like the audience would have got a bit overwhelmed but much amazed until the very last performance "God" (what a brave entitlement indeed) with excessive explosive fuel. Basically the combinations of simple (but deadly poisonous) lines gradually invade our stomach deeply.

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