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UFOMammut release track 3 from Oro: Opus Alter

The release of the second and final installment of UFOMAMMUT’s ORO album series, ORO: Opus Alter, is on the horizon, with a street date of September 17th via Neurot Recordings. In preparation for its release, following suit with previously released videos of the opening track “Oroborus” and the second song “Luxon,” today “Sulphurdew,” the third of the five tracks contained on the album has been released.

A picture of UFOMammut by Carl Byron Batson

‘we didn’t want to release a double album. We don’t like double records so we said ‘OK, let’s do something like Kill Bill by Tarantino’. Let’s release it separately (and at different times) so people will focus on the first part and absorb it. Then they will have the time to absorb the second part when it comes out.’UFOMammut, interviewed here

UFOMammut release the next installment:

The release of the second and final installment of UFOMAMMUT’s ORO album series, ORO: Opus Alter, is on the horizon, with a street date of September 17th via Neurot Recordings. In preparation for its release, following suit with previously released videos of the opening track “Oroborus” and the second song “Luxon,” today “Sulphurdew,” the third of the five tracks contained on the album has been released.

The limited edition 2xLP version of ORO: Opus Alter — hand-screened by some of UFOMAMMUT’s own through their unified works with Malleus Art Labs, and in conjunction with their Supernatural Cat Records label in Italy – can now be preordered directly HERE.

Photo: Carl Byron Batson

4 Replies to “UFOMammut release track 3 from Oro: Opus Alter”

  1. Carl Carl says:

    I’ve been mixing this with the Jim Morrison Paris Tapes

  2. Avatar MasonDixie says:

    Nice video. Desert hallucination? Certain shots look like Death Valley near the Charcoal Kilns. Haunted by the souls of the Chinese workers who died building them? Or just that it’s 125 degrees with no shade, no water. Either way, this music transports you to wherever you want to feel.

    • Avatar Sean says:

      @MasonDixie
      Hi, I had a look through the press materials to see if there was any mention of where the vid was shot. Alas, there were no details. It’s guesswork until we get another chance to interview them I’m afraid.

      • Avatar MasonDixie says:

        Thanks Sean. Chances are slim that it was made in D.V. It’s just the way I see it. It would be interesting to find out, though.

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