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Yossi Sassi

From: Israel
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Yossi Sassi 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.

Yossi Sassi Announces New Tour

Yossi Sassi and his band just announced an upcoming European tour alongside Sechem (ES). This trek will be in support of Yossi Sassi's third album "Roots and Roads." Dates are as follows

Sep. 30 – RCA Club – Lisbon (PT) (tickets)
Oct. 01 – Hard Club – Porto (PT) (tickets)
Oct 02 – Lemon – Madrid (ES) (tickets)
Oct 03 – Razz 3 – Barcelona (ES) (tickets)
Oct 08 – Knust – Hamburg (DE) (tickets)
Oct 09 – Z-Bau – Nurnberg (DE) (tickets)
Oct 10 – Bergkeller – Reichenbach (DE) (tickets)
Oct 11 – Progresja – Warsaw (PL) More...

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Yossi Sassi Posts "Palm Dance" Video

Yossi Sassi and his band just released the second single from "Roots and Roads," due out May 25th. Today a video comes online for "Palm Dance," which features guitar solos from “Bumblefoot” Thal.

The video is available below, and the band comments: "It was shot in an abandoned, once luxurious hotel in the city of Tiberias, Israel. The sword dancers are part of a Druze Folklore band called 'Reem al Jawlan' (dabkee) from the North of Israel."

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Yossi Sassi Streaming "The Religion Of Music"

The first single to be released from the upcoming album “Roots and Roads” by Yossi Sassi is now online. Check out “The Religion of Music” below, featuring Zaher Zorgatti (Myrath) on vocals.

Pre-orders for “Roots and Roads” are available at this location, with the third full-length from Yossis Sassi due for official release on May 25th, 2016.

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Yossi Sassi Announces "Roots And Roads"

"Roots and Roads" is Yossi Sassi band's 3rd studio album combining east and west together for an oriental prog metal experience of acoustic and electric.

The final sound of the album is the reflection of an intricate combination of rock, classical and worldwide oriental instruments: flute, clarinet, violin, bozuouki, oud, saz, charango, chumbush, ney, kanun and much more.

Alongside well-renowned Israeli guest musicians, the album includes vocals by Zaher Zorgati (Myrath) and guitar tunes by Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (ex-Guns'n'Roses). "Roots and Roads" will drop May 25th, 2016.

The album was recorded in the Jaffa Sound Arts studio in the ancient city port of Jaffa, Israel, during April of 2016. Check out behind-the-scenes footage below.

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Yossi Sassi Announces European Tour

Yossi Sassi and his band (you may recall their awesome cover of Opeth's bleak) will be playing 13 shows in Europe at the beginning of December, 2015. Support will come from Israeli outfit Oceanic on these upcoming dates:

Dec 3 | France | Toulouse | Connexion Live
Dec 4 | France | Puget-sur-Argens | Le RAT'S
Dec 5 | Spain | Madrid | Sala We Rock
Dec 6 | Spain | Barcelona | Be Good Club
Dec 7 | Netherlands | Den Bosch | W2
Dec 8 | Netherlands | Zoetermeer | Cultuurpodium Boerderij
Dec 9 | Germany | Munich | Backstage
Dec 10 | Germany | Hamburg | Logo
Dec 11 | Germany | Reichenbach/Vogtland | Bergkeller
Dec 12 | Germany | Berlin | Auster Club
Dec 13 | Poland | Bochnia | Kino Regis More...

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Yossi Sassi Covers Opeth's "Bleak"

Yossi Sassi (ex-Orphaned Land) & his band have released a live video from their last show in Tel Aviv, Israel featuring an oriental metal cover of Opeth's "Bleak." Yossi's latest release was a full-length album titled "Desert Butterflies," which is available at this location.

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