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Mammal Reform After Seven Years Apart

by Noise11.com on August 8, 2017

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Melbourne’s Mammal will play their first show in seven years in October.

Mammal is Ezekiel Ox (vocals), Pete Williamson (guitar), Nick Adams (bass) and Zane Rosanoski (drums).

In 2009 after four years of tours in Australia, New Zealand and the UK Mammal suddenly split after one studio album, two live albums, an EP and a single.

Ezekiel Ox says, “We hope the fans are happy with the outcome, it’s been feeling great for all four of us getting this beast back on track. Accept no imitation and put the past behind you. Mammal is back, for now, who knows where this might lead.”

October 27, Melbourne, Max Watts

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