Sweden’s best kept secret The Mammuthus now raise their tusks, shake the frost out of their beards and hit the land with the mighty album Forever Tree. Nine brand new tracks that will grow roots in your mind and spread warmth in your rock n roll soul.
If you’re into stonerish, melodic riffs, bluesy hooks and enjoy some thrilling echoes of 70’s rock and 90’s grunge you should let The Mammuthus lead your way into their cave.
Forever Tree is the Mammuthus first full length album preceded by two Ep’s: Khatanga (2015) and The Herd is gathering (2016). All cover art on Forever Tree is drawn by hand by Swedish artist Per ’Hockey’ Roslund.
The lyrics of the Mammuthus stand out of the average rock poetry. The title track tells the story about a man who climbs the Forever Tree that slowly takes over his body and soul - he becomes one with the tree, a not all unpleasant experience. In Herring King the new ruler comes from the sea to set things straight, Gizmo deals with our raging consumption and sets some kind of rhyming record and Line Twelve is about the Gothenburg tram line 12 that doesn’t exist...until now. Get ready to dive into the mind of the Mammuthus.
1. Green Finger
2. Forever Tree
4. Line Twelve
6. Herring King
7. Boom Rats
8. Doomsday Vault
9. Skeleton Dance