Friday, January 9, 2009


From the 'music Walhalla' called Sweden, comes Mammoth Volume. One of the great  Stoner-bands like Dozer, Demon Cleaner, Greenleaf, etc. In december 2008 they decided to quit.

Mammoth Volume. Really, the band's name says it all. Their sound is BIG and WOOLLY and bound to the icy north. But that doesn¹t quite explain where the other elements found in the music come from..... The band's 70s-styled retro-rock, mixed with experimental soundscapes has developed over the years. Universal influences cited by the band range from obvious to reflective and include Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, AC/DC, Rainbow as well as bands like Budgie, Mike Oldfield, Yes, King Crimson, The Mahavishnu Orchestra and Gentle Giant. Mammoth Volume rock hard, but also offer layer upon layer of musical nuances to be peeled back with each new listen. There are roaring motor cycle engines and waves upon the beach, raging Vikings and endless starry skies in their works. Behold a musical giant in the making, behold Mammoth Volume.         

Return Of The Mammoth Volume (Demo 2005)

Noara Dance (2005)
Mammoth Volume (1999)


zillagord said...

Love these guys, sad to see them go. They have one last song available for download at their website here:

Act quickly, folks, it will be gone
Another great post. Keep up the great work.


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