OTTTO Honor the Navajo Nation with New Visual for "Night Howlers"

OTTTO Honor the Navajo Nation with New Visual for "Night Howlers"

- By Ramon Gonzales

The cut is taken from the band's recent full length release, 'Life Is A Game'.

Emerging metallic disruptors OTTTO have upped their game with the latest music video release from their recently released, Life Is A Game LP. 

Tapping director Mike Hatchett, the power trio of Triko Chavez (drums), Bryan Noah Ferretti (vocals/guitar) and Tye Trujillo (bass) have delivered a epic tribute to the proud peoples of the Navajo Nation with the visual for "Night Howlers". 

Masterfully weaving performance footage with epic shots of the stunning Southwest landscape, the clip serves well in showcasing the connection the band continue to make with fans from all walks of life. 

“It feels great to release the video for our song, ‘Night Howlers,’” shares bassist Tye Trujillo. “Whenever we’ve played the Navajo Nation, the people have had so much passion and energy, we wanted to capture that in this video."

The latest visual drops as the band are still riding high from their recent tour with Basterdane, which featured plays on the Metallica Weekend Takeovers in select cities for their M72 World Tour.

Rounding out the band's productive 2023, OTTTO is slated to support the legendary Suicidal Tendencies for a pair of California dates this month, marking the 40th anniversary of their debut album.  The run includes plays on October 20th at The UC Theatre in Berkeley, CA and a Southern California showdown in Garden Grove. See dates below. 

October 20 Berkeley, CA The UC Theatre

October 29 Garden Grove, CA Garden Amphitheater


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