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Yigael's Wall

From: San Francisco, CA, United States
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Yigael's Wall Issues Show Recap

San Franciso based act Yigael's Wall has issued the following recap of the band's first show at the Whiskey A Go Go in Hollywood:

"So we played our first show at the legendary Whiskey A Go Go, on the Sunset strip in, Hollywood, and it was an amazing time! This was Sunday, August 8th. Opening acts included, ex-Anthrax front man, Neil Turbin's band, Death Riders and a talented two piece from LA. The event was a Metal Sanaz hosted monthly showcase.

"All the bands were great and the vibe was incredible. We had a great time and were invited back to do it all over again. We're looking forward to it. We would like to thank the Whiskey and Sanaz for having us go out. Sanaz is all too nice and let us just say here, even more attractive in person. Thanks to all who came out for making it a crushing evening!"

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Yigael's Wall Comments On Stolen Gear

California metallers Yigael's Wall have issued the following statement about recently having their gear stolen:

"Abhorrence. This is certainly the word which best describes the emotion we feel for the actions and character of rats. Whether it is physical or intellectual property, the abhorrence we harbor for the sub-civilized actions of The Rat is overwhelming. In a culture of ‘get rich quick’ and ‘me above all others’ mindsets, its often difficult for some among us to have the decency to stop and say, ‘Hey wait. That doesn’t belong to me. Therefore, it’s not mine and I have no right to possess it!’ Most of us work hard to achieve our goals, whether they are creative or financial. We understand that very little is ever handed to us and hard work and dedication are noble virtues that, in a just world, are rewarded. However, there are some among us who would chose to take the low road and profit from the long hard road traveled by those who see hard work and dedication as something to be overlooked, dismissed or even ridiculed. More...

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