The trio have developed a sound characterised by lengthy songs centered on repeated heavy riffs coupled with droning vocals and the use of sound effects and synths.
This flow can also be seen when you tip 8 horizontally, thus it morphs into the leniscate from algebraic geometry – ∞ – a plane curve that meets at central point – or more commonly known as the infinity symbol.
A continuous stream of movement reflective of the uninterrupted nature of the album but also the continued togetherness of the essential elements of the band – Urlo, Poia and Vita – since the beginning of the band’s history in 1999. ∞ tipped vertically sees us return to the number 8.
8 is a continuous flux of music, a singular entity, which can be defined in micro measurements by its 8 satellite songs.
Each track expands upon the preceding song, unfolding into an exceedingly dense and malevolent journey, resulting in this being Ufomammut’s most extreme venture yet, with no permittance for breathing space in the 48 minutes.
Ufomammut’s status as one of the most potent, powerful and artistic contemporary doom artists in existence continues to captivate the masses, and the band’s worldwide grasp grows wider with each release.
Ufomammut’s live show is supported by the internationally acclaimed video and graphic art of Malleus, a rock artists’ collective of which Poia and Urlo form a part, who conjure the entirety of Ufomammut’s visual impact.
Right from the beginning, abut 5 yeras ago, Prototyper did their own thing, without aiming for any particular genre … just with one goal in mind: to blow your heads off with big guitar riffs, mighty drums, thundering bass and gnarly vocals on top of it all. Keeping an eye on the dynamics, they may also include some calmer and moody moments for good measure, if a song needs just that.If you must put a label on it … let’s call it … Rock. It’s raw, heavy, loud and sleazy … everything you want in trusty old Rock’n’Roll, right?
2017 saw the release of Prototyper´s latest EP „Wounds“.
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