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Below is our complete YOG 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.
YOG has checked in with the following announcement about releasing the new "Half the Sky" album:
"Hey terrorists : this one will be a total fucking destruction. We can announce right now the eradication of all living creatures with the come back of YOG with its new full length album: 'Half the Sky,' out on December 16th on Division Records (ASIDEFROMADAY, Dirge, Unfold, Lost Sphere Project...)."
"Half the Sky" was recorded by Jérôme Pellegrini at studio du Terrier and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side studio. A first extract from this upcoming album is available online at this location.
Having just released "Years Of Nowhere," Swiss hardcore/grindcore band YOG has announced the replacement of their bassist:
"Manu has left the band for personal reasons ! He announced last September that he would quit at the end of 2008, after attending all the planned gigs. We've had time to look for a replacement and are happy to welcome Alexandre Oliveira (ex-Sonograph) onto the YOG machine !!! We will spend the next 3 months training him and creating new songs for our second album, and hope to be back on stage in Spring."
187 Records has announced the latest addition to their roster - YOG. Formed in 2000 and based in Switzerland, YOG combines elements of grind and hardcore to deliver fast, aggressive, and highly disturbed music. 187 Records will be releasing YOG's latest full-length album, "Years Of Nowhere," in North America on January 6, 2009. Their debut full-length album features thirteen tracks heavily influenced by early Dillinger Escape Plan, Converge, and Pig Destroyer. The effort was mastered by West West Side Music (Mastodon).
A song taken from "Years Of Nowhere" is currently available online here.