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Below is our complete Y.E.M.E.T. news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Spanish act Y.E.M.E.T. has released a new video for "La Gran Ciudad." The track is the second single off the band's new record, "Y El Malo Eres Tú," available via iTunes now.
The video was directed by Jonathan Brandariz and was filmed at various locations in the band's home town of Vigo. Check it out below.
After being holed up in the studio for months, Y.E.M.E.T. is now releasing first CD, "Y El Malo Eres Tu," which was recorded at Metropolis Studios in Vigo, Spain. The album was produced by M. Alonso (Y.E.M.E.T.'s guitarist) and Keenan Elman, an american producer from Pomona, California and Berklee College of Music graduate.
Check out the song "Nos Queda Luchar" below, or pick up the full album over at iTunes. The band also issued the following statement:
"For their first L.P., Y.E.M.E.T. look for an organic sound that distinguish them from the other bands in the genre. They rely in the analogue capabilities of the Solid State Logic AWS 900 mixing desk and avoid any use of drum triggers or plugins in the recording.
"A highlight of the recording is the participation of the ICAV Choir, a 20 people choir that collaborates with the band in the final cut of the album, a 12 minutes long progressive epic tune called 'La voz de tu conciencia.' The choir also dared to play the song live with the band in the live presentation of the album at Rouge Hall in Vigo, on February 9th, making Y.E.M.E.T. true pionners in this kind of collaborations not only in their hometown, Vigo, but in their own country, Spain." More...
Spanish metal band Y.E.M.E.T. is currently holed up at Metropolis Studios recording a new LP and the guys are documenting every step of the process with periodic webisodes. The first one is now online and can be viewed below.
The spanish band Y.E.M.E.T. is now presenting a new video clip for "Imperfecto," which can be viewed below. This song comes off the band's upcoming new record, expected to come this fall. The video was shot at Bonus Track Hall with the company of a selection of music industry press and a group of friends and fans.