VIDEO – Rule the Rooster
After 10 years of hiatus, UltraMayhem is making a comeback and this is our first song to be released from our upcoming EP – Decennium. This song was composed 15 years ago, and we wanted to celebrate our comeback by revisiting this particular song we have never released publicly. It’s about human nature. We tend to think we are always right and everybody else is dead wrong. Look at the world today in 2017 – we were so naive when we wrote this song, but boy were we right back then. We wanted to finalize the song and bring this beast to debate.
We would like to thank the members of this orchestra who were with us when we first made this song – Miq and Autero.
Produced by Sami Auranen
Recorded at Tender Care Lab 2017
- Tepez – Vocal Artist
- Johnny – Electric Guitar
- Moshard – Bass Artist
- Toby – Electric Guitar
- Turtle – Drum Musician
- Pullman – Visiting Bass Artist
- Sami A. – Synth, Piano & Backing Voc.
Home studio owner or just curious about behind the scenes stuff, in this video our producer Sami Auranen reveals his magic behind the song Rule the Rooster. How to mix on a budget! Sami is a friend of ours and he mixed the very first demos we made in early Y2K. Sami...
UltraMayhem haluaa osallistua loppunäytökseen Kymmenen vuotta unilla ollut riihimäkeläinen UltraMayhem on julkaissut digitaalisesti uuden EP:n ”Decennium”. Juhlistaakseen bändin paluuta 15 vuotta sitten sävelletystä ”Rule the Rooster” –biisistä on uuden version myötä...
After a decade of silence, the Finnish anarchy metal pioneer UltraMayhem releases a new EP, Decennium consisting of five tracks about the hopeless state of our civilization, loss of individuality and the future of mankind. Read...
Current state of the world calls for the return of UltraMayhem.
After a decade of silence UltraMayhem releases a new EP, Decennium.
Five tracks about the hopeless state of civilization, individuals and their future.
Our story started 2002. Me – Johnny, Miq and Pullman started the band after dismembering our previous band RGB. We needed to hire as talented singer as we could find in town and Miq knew just the right guy, Tepez for the job. I still don’t know who asked Ron Autero jo join, but he just notified to me that he is now in the band. He was at the time the most innovative keyboard player I had ever heard of, but he was also a very “demanding” persona. I could easily say, he taught me how to play my own instrument. I was very lucky to have him in the band!