Tight and confident; trippy and laid back.
The conclusion of this discography overview is simple – just go listen to Ufomammut right now.
Please don’t sleep on this if you’re into heavy and experimental music.
The bleakness and urgency of our situation expressed through a resonant crust record.
A bit different from their last one, but still solid.
Still decent, but perhaps becoming stale.
Occasionally fun, but incoherent and weirdly anachronistic.
It’s got a steel dragon shooting lasers on the cover and that’s basically what it sounds like.
Neat offering of dark ambient and metal, but way too short.
Won’t save the stagnant style that is post-metal, but still shows how its properly done.