Ufomammut is a power trio formed in Italy in 1999 by Poia, Urlo and Vita, a lineup that has remained stable since. The trio have developed a sound characterized by lengthy songs centered on repeated heavy riffs coupled with droning vocals and the use of sound effects and synths.
Their status as one of the most potent, powerful and artistic contemporary doom artists in existence continues to captivate the masses, and the band’s worldwide grasp grows wider with each release. Their live show is supported by the internationally acclaimed video and graphic art of Malleus, a rock artists’ collective of which Poia and Urlo form a part, who conjure the entirety of Ufomammut’s visual impact.
Mikey McKennedy (aka: Bossdog) lives in Portland, OR. He works as an independent artist and designer and is one of the creative engines behind Sizzle Pie and Pizza Party HQ. He is happily married to a woman named Sam and together they have a dog named Bud.
We’re stoked to announce that artist Ian Bederman has joined us on our trip to The Planet of Doom! Bederman will be joining a band we’ll be announcing shortly for a chapter you won’t wanna miss! Ian Bederman is from Austin, Texas, and is a tattooist at Royal Legion Tattoo. Together with writer Danny Cates, Bederman unleashed the tremendous Atomahawk strip, which appears in Heavy Metal Magazine. A deluxe, over-sized edition of the strip was reproduced by Image Comics back in October of 2017.
Space is trippy, Witch is heavy. Let it be known that the ones who are called Space Witch were spawned in the shining month of July 2007 AD in the kiln strewn kingdom of Stoke on Trent.
They unleashed their astral drone, and the peasants were afraid and they flung themselves down and prayed to the one, for they knew the time had come for the Space Witch, in all her arcane and timeless glory, to finally return to the earth and claim what was rightfully hers.
Here’s a quick peek at an early animation test featuring artwork by Skinner. This chapter will feature music by Phillip Cope, but since he’s still finishing up his track, we thought we’d give you a taste of some original film music by the band Vokonis! This is the first of many clips we’ll be sharing throughout our production. Hope ya dig it!