New Yakuza Live Video Available Online
Chicago's Yakuza has posted a live video on the band's MySpace page for "Back To The Mountain." The 9-minute epic, album-closing track is taken from the recently released 'Samsara,' a record that has been receiving praise from metal and mainstream press alike. Justin Baron (Pelican, High on Fire) of Redworks Films shot the video live in late 2005 at the Double Door in Chicago. Baron is also previously responsible for the video to "Chicago Typewriter" off Yakuza's 2002's album 'Way of the Dead.'
Currently on tour with 3 across the US, Yakuza will team up with both Deadbird and Ringworm for runs through the country in April. More dates are being booked for summer touring plans, and will be announced upon confirmation.
YAKUZA on tour:
3/30 Nashville, TN – The Muse
4/01 St. Louis, MO – Creepy Crawl
4/02 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
4/04 Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom
4/05 Baton Rouge, LA – Revolution Skate Park
4/06 San Antonio, TX – The Sanctuary
4/07 Dallas, TX – Gypsy Tea Room
4/08 Bridge City, TX – Bridge City Skate Park
4/09 Houston, TX – The Studio @ Warehouse Live
4/10 Tulsa, OK – The Venue
4/11 Cincinatti, OH – Top Cats
4/12 Farmington, MO – The O’Acres Center Stage
4/13 Little Rock, AR – Downtown Music
4/14 Milwaukee, WI - Vnuks
4/16 Moorhead, MN – All Star Bowl
4/17 Dubuque, IA – The Busted Lift
4/19 Evansville, IN – 1123 Club
4/20 Ypsilanti, MI – The Elbow Room
4/21 Clinton Township, MI – TNT’s bar
4/23 Buffalo, NY – Broadway Joe’s
4/24 Uniontown, PA - Club 62
4/26 West Norriton, PA - YMCA
4/27 Hamden, CT – The Hamden Elks Lodge
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