Ufomammut To Play All Of The Eve Album At Roadburn …   Leave a comment

Roadburn is thrilled to announce that Italy’s psychedelic drone lords, Ufomammut will perform their much acclaimed 2010 album, Eve, in its entirety at this years Roadburn Festival, Saturday, April 16th at the Midi Theatre in Tilburg, Holland.

Eve was recently voted as ‘album of the year’ by Roadburn readers, and the album ranked among the top 10 in many year-end lists the world over, ranging from The Obelisk to The Quietus. The band’s appearance at our 2011 festival is not only a testament to Eve‘s massive creative success, but it also honors our festival attendees for their dedication towards this much beloved Italian trio.

Stylistically, Eve is a dedication to the first woman ever to walk the earth, and who caused the downfall of Adam and mankind. The album is a single 45 minute long gargantuan riff-prayer, separated into five distinctive movements that captivate us, and lead us in a behemoth meditation on how cruel organized religion has been in dealing with the Garden of Eden’s first lady. In addition to playing Eve, Ufomammut‘s set will also consist of several classic tracks they haven’t been playing recently.

Ufomammut commented: “Since our “Eve” album was voted best of 2010 by Roadburn readers, playing it at the upcoming festival will have a very special meaning for Ufomammut! It’ll be our chance to properly say thanks to all the people who have supported us throughout the years. See You in April!”

Source: Roadburn.Com

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Posted January 13, 2011 by doommantia in Roadburn, Ufomammut

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