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Ufomammut Posts Two New Video Accompaniments From "Oro: Opus Primum"

Intent on stimulating your visual senses in addition to simply your auditory receptors with each release nowadays, today Ufomammut has released the final two installments completing the series of five visual accompaniments to each track from the "Oro: Opus Primum" full-length. The album sees release in Europe this week, and will see release in North America on Tuesday.

Documenting the final two tracks of Ufomammut's "Opus Primum," the audio/visual installments of the songs "Magickon" and "Mindomine" finish out the five-part video series that showcases the entire album, following the three previously released clips. Roadburn.com has hosted the two video pieces, as well as a stream of the entire album. Delve into it all right here, or check out the videos below.

Although this completes the cycle for the "Oro: Opus Primum" LP, as the second part of the Oro series -- "Oro: Opus Alter" -- nears release in September, each track from that album will be released in the same visual/audio format. The full visual adaptation of both "Opus Primum" and later "Opus Alter" will be available as DVD installments which will accompany the limited edition LP versions of each chapter, hand-build by Malleus Rock Art Labs and released on the band's own Supernatural Cat Records.

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