EXCLUSIVE: Mammal Ink International Deal, Drop New Music Video

5 December 2018 | 8:23 am | Staff Writer

Big things to come.

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After bursting back onto the stage in 2017 and making a bold statement with new music earlier this year, Melbourne outfit Mammal are planning to unleash everything they’ve got next year.

New cut Dead, described as an “aggro/anarcho anthem”, promises big things from their recent time in the studio, with the band currently working on 14 new songs.

The political funk/rock onslaught now has an energetic new clip, premiered today via The Music as the band inks a deal with booking agency K2 (Meshuggah, Devin Townsend, Satyricon) for the UK, EU and Asia.

The signing follows on from Mammal’s sold out London show this past October.

"Mammal were before their time when they released The Majority back in 2008,” K2 Agency’s Yerry Stetter said.

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“Since then the things they sang about have come to pass. The state of affairs in the world are at one it’s lowest points, and Mammal’s music is more relevant than ever. 

“The band absolutely blew me away with their show in London this past October, and I’m beyond stoked to be on board to see where we can take the message of this absolutely phenomenal Mammal."
As frontman Ezekiel Ox said, they’ve “ironed out the kinks”.

"This new group of songs is going to modernise the classic Mammal sound, whilst still being heavy on the rock, punk and middle finger politics we’re known for. Stand by for some speaker crushing hard funk!”