Album: EVE
Label: Supernatural Cat
Release date: 2010

Written by Ufomammut and Judy Corda
Performed by Ufomammut
Poia - Guitar & synths
Urlo - Bass, Vocals, Fxs and synths
Vita - Drums & synths
Lorenzer - additional feedback and fx

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Locomotore Studio in Roma
Italy, January 2010
Soundlord: Lorenzo Stecconi

Malleus − album layout


“EVE” is the fifth album of Ufomammut.
Recorded at Locomotore Studio in Roma by Lorenzo Stecconi (Soundlord on Idolum), “Eve” is a 45 minutes long single track developing in 5 main movements.
Passing through the massive atmospheres of Idolum and filtered by the mastodontic riffs of Snailking, “Eve” is a new step in the sonic adventure of Ufomammut, another level in the band’s sound research.
The album is a homage to Eve, the first Woman on Earth, and the rebellion to her creator for bringing knowledge to Mankind.

"Few records offer the kind of sonic transportation you get from Eve. ...Ufomammut puts you exactly where they want you to be at every moment of the record, and yet there's nothing contrived or overdone about it. Eve is an album with the power to grant Ufomammut recognition they've long deserved, and a forward-looking statement that although many in the myriad subgenres of doom are content to rehash what's already been done, there are still fresh avenues to pursue. ...You can expect to hear a lot of acts come down the pike in the next couple years who sound an awful lot like this, but however many imitators crop up here and there, I doubt very much if any of them will be able to match Ufomammut's presence, creative drive, or tonal weight. Consider yourself lucky to be alive while something like this is being released".
The Obelisk