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L’an dernier Ufomammut fêtait ses vingt ans avec une tournée de concerts incroyables qui nous ont fait dire que, quoi qu’il arrive, on aurait toujours nos trois italiens préférés pour nous mettre dans de grands états de communion transcendantale.

Mais comme la vie est définitivement moche, c’est fini.

Leur communiqué commence gentiment, puis enchaîne les petits drapeaux rouges jusqu’à ce qu’on comprenne que c’est bien la fin du groupe :

On a décidé de faire une petite pause. Parce qu’on a eu quelques problèmes. Parce qu’on s’est un peu engueulés en fait. D’ailleurs Vita a quitté le groupe. Heureusement qu’on fait la pause maintenant hein, sinon on aurait splitté. 

“After twenty years, Ufomammut is pausing for a while, the time has come to turn off amplifiers and let the tubes cool down, to let the silence allow us to rebuild, and then start again.
This decision comes to the end of an intense and difficult period of problems and misunderstandings that none of us has been able to solve and overcome, after which Vita decided to leave the band.
We thank him for sharing with us twenty incredible years of creation, recordings, tours and concerts, of uncompromising music, sacrifices and great satisfactions.
Started in February 1999, it’s been a journey in which we have been lucky enough to create our music and to tour all around the world to play it, as well as the honor of sharing the stage with our favorite bands.
It’s been an opportunity that made us understand that this band is not only the three guys on stage, but also YOU.
YOU made us live through emotions which we would have not experienced otherwise.
YOU, that have shared with us the sound and the power of this religion without boundaries and ideology, that is music.
YOU, that all are, simply, Ufomammut.
Thank You.
And see you soon.”

On comprend néanmoins que si le batteur Vita est parti, il se pourrait bien que le groupe revienne un jour sans lui.