MAMMOTH MAMMOTH: 'Volume III: Hell's Likely' Audio Preview

November 5, 2012

Australia's MAMMOTH MAMMOTH will release its new album, "Volume III: Hell's Likely", via Napalm Records on the following dates:

Nov. 21 - Spain, Sweden, Greece
Nov. 23 - Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, Benelux
Nov. 26 - Rest of Europe
Nov. 27 - North America

The effort will be made available as a limited digipack and special limited vinyl edition. All vinyl editions feature an exclusive bonus track and are available as double LP in cream (limited to 100 copies) and orange (limited to 400 copies). The first 250 orders will receive a free A2 size cover poster of the new album.

"Volume III: Hell's Likely" track listing:

01. Hell's Likely
02. Go
03. Bare Bones
04. (Up All Night) Demons To Fight
05. Sittin' Pretty
06. I Want It Too
07. Bury Me
08. Another Drink *
09. Let's Roll *
10. Weapon Of Mass Self Destruction *
11. Slacker *
12. The Bad Oil *

* Limited-edition bonus tracks

A five-minute "Volume III: Hell's Likely" audio preview is available below.

Commented MAMMOTH MAMMOTH frontman Mikey Tucker: "We're thrilled to be partnering with Napalm Records. Their current roster of MONSTER MAGNET, KARMA TO BURN, BRANT BJORK, to name a few, showcase their dedication to the rock scene across the globe. We are also very excited about the new opportunities that this signing will bring to help spread MAMMOTH MAMMOTH to the rest of the world. We have many loyal fans in Europe, Scandinavia and South America, so this new partnership will enable us to smash stages outside of Australia with our first European tour penciled in for mid-2013. So lock up your goats and call your lawyer coz, we're coming to a town near you."

MAMMOTH MAMMOTH's video for the song "Hell's Likely" can be seen below.

"Hell's Likely" video:

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