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The Yetis

The Yetis
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Yetis are a band of ageless misfits, travelers through both space and time, wandering minstrels currently based on Earth. On a recent trip to climb K2, this adventurous group found themselves trapped in a blizzard. At the brink of death, they stumbled upon a deep cave. After tunneling through layers of rock and debris, the boys discovered a thriving civilization of the mythical Yeti. There they were thrust into a society fueled by sex, drugs, and rock n' roll. The only way to survive was to adopt this culture as their own.

There also exists an indie rock band from Allentown, Pennsylvania called The Yetis. The sometimes-snowy Pennsylvanian town is not inhabited by abominable snowmen but instead by four young friends who formed a band in a garage attic. Along with writing all the music and words to their songs, The Yetis perform all their own stunts. Still, they are mere mortals. Today, The Yetis are bringing their act of original music to clubs, ballrooms and theaters across the United States and Europe but are relegated to just one lonely dimension.
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