Yakuza Premieres New Track

2012-08-24 by a est . . i . c el | 5 Comments
Profounds Lore's Yakuza just premiered a new song of their upcoming album titled "Beyul"
through Pitchfork Media.

The song is titled "The Last Day" and it is streaming right here :

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/14100-the-last-day/

"Beyul" comes out October 16 through Profound Lore.

Tagged: Yakuza

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Colliiiin
August 24th 2012
683 Comments


Pretty good stuff, I really liked Way of the Dead and this just reminded me to check out some more of their shit.

greg84
Emeritus
August 24th 2012
7586 Comments


The song is really good. The album should be worth checking out.

Digging: Queens of the Stone Age - Villains

GiaNXGX
August 24th 2012
4867 Comments


Yeah, it is a great song, can't wait for Beyul to come out.

exredhouseresident
August 25th 2012
128 Comments


Cannawt wait. Song is great.

Wizard
August 26th 2012
20086 Comments


This was a step-up from anything off their last album.



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