Mammal is once again here to point the funky finger of blame at the source of it all with their new track Crime Scene.
Crime Scene hails the return of the internationally renowned Australian funk/punk’s four-piece aural attack to headphones and speakers around the globe.
Kicking off with urgent guitar sirens from Pete Williamson and closing with Ezekiel Ox’s New York hard-core inspired vitriol, Mammal’s eighth release is built on the foundations of Zane Rosanoski and Kade Turner’s rhythm machinations, with Turner emphatically and triumphantly documenting why he was invited to take over the bass role for the band in 2020.
After recently removing themselves from the covid affected international touring circuit (until further notice), Mammal were quick to put together a studio dream team, re-enlisting producer/engineer Jimi Maroudas (The Living End, You Am I) and mastering legend Tony “Jack The Bear” Mantz. Both of whom
were responsible for the band’s debut self-titled EP which included fan favourites Think, Hell Yeah, and Groove Junkie.