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Yeti
Volume, Obliteration, Transcendence (Life is Abuse)

By: Jeb Branin

YETI is one of the few bands that you are going to encounter that absolutely defy categorization. Their tremendously multifaceted music manages to be dense yet airy and spacious. Complex yet minimalistic. Harsh yet beautiful. Ultramodern yet primitive. It is futuristic yet owes much debt to jazz and post-modern classicists who no doubt pre-date the members of YETI by decades. Try to imagine an avant-garde and anti-music amalgamation of space rock, jazz, death metal, goth, and chamber music. That is YETI... music that is as mysterious (and potentially dangerous) as the legendary creature for which the band is named.
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