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“Due to long-standing personal, political, music and business differences Mammal has decided it cannot continue and is no more.”

It was with this statement in 2009 that fans of Mammal were informed that the band was no more. It was a statement that came seemingly out of the blue to the bands massive legion of fans, but one which, according to vocalist Ezekiel Ox, had been coming for some time.

“We were struggling,” he emphasized. “Four young members got thrown together and we were really defining ourselves as people in a lot of ways through that period of our lives in our mid to late twenties. We were under a lot of pressure; we had a lot of expectation around us – mainly internally – and things were getting a little difficult being in each other’s pockets. We never stopped touring and making music together and we got to a point where we weren’t really agreeing on much and that turned into some really toxic shit. Throw into that a dose of drug use, alcohol, and just a little bit of fucken ego as well – and ego is not a dirty word, you’ve gotta have an ego to do what Mammal do – but it… I don’t think we kind of understood the bull we were riding at the time and it threw us off in the end.”

Ezekiel Ox is a frontman known for his political views and outspokenness. He has never been shy to voice his opinion – and is
one of the rare people unafraid to back it up.

In a brutally honest, no holds barred interview, Ezekiel goes into detail about Mammal’s untimely break up nearly a decade ago, as well as what changed to make them reform last year. He talks about going back on his word in regards to never playing in the band again, plus goes in depth on the history of the band, where they have been, and where they intend to go. He reveals his personal doubts and troubles after leaving the band and opens up on the debut album as well as new material. To hear this and more, tune in to the attached audio.

MAMMAL COMMUNITY TOUR 2018

Friday 27 July 2018. Fowlers Live – Adelaide, SA.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.
Saturday 28 July 2018. Rosemount – Perth, WA.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.
Thursday 09 August 2018. Bloom – Geelong, VIC.

with Osaka Punch and Slim Jeffries

Friday 10 August 2018. Pelly Bar – Frankston, VIC.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Saturday 11 August 2018. The Croxton – Melbourne, VIC.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Thursday 16 August 2018. The Bridge Hotel – Forth, TAS.

with Osaka Punch and Daisycutter.

Friday 17 August 2018. Club 54 – Launceston, TAS.

with Osaka Punch and Daisycutter.

Saturday 18 August 2018. Republic Bar – Hobart, TAS.

with Osaka Punch and Daisycutter.

Friday 24 August 2018. Cambridge – Newcastle, NSW.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Saturday 25 August 2018. Long Jetty Hotel – Long Jetty, NSW.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Thursday 6 September 2018. The Basement – Canberra, ACT.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Friday 7 September 2018. Manning Bar – Sydney, NSW.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Saturday 8 September 2018. Waves – Wollongong, NSW.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Saturday 15 September 2018. The Zoo – Brisbane, QLD.

with Osaka Punch and Fresh Violet.

Tuesday 02 October 2018. The Underworld – London, UK.

Early Bird tickets SOLD OUT!
2nd release General Tickets selling fast!!

TICKETS HERE: https://mammal.oztix.com.au

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