Triplag Music in cooperation with Saikosounds are proud to present a video recording of Far East Ghost live performance in Tokyo club together with famous percussionist Steve Eto.
Steve Eto born in Los Angeles in 1958 as a second son of Japanese Koto master, Kimio Eto. At age of 6, in 1964 Steve returns to Japan and after reaching young adulthood he starts to play in various bands.
As professional musician, Steve play with many famous Japanese artists. Including playing on 20 years anniversary of "Demi Semi Quaver" and comic band "Nimy-jita".
In Feb.22.2009, in Yokohama 2000 square meters Oh-Sanbashi Hall saw completely SOLO performance by Steve named, "Yokohama Hitoriennale"
In 2010 Steve makes a second performance of "Yokohama Hitoriennale" with his younger brother, Wadoiko player Leonard Eto. From that performance a Live CD "ALIVE II" was recorded and released which followed by "GO! NORTH!!" tour.
Takeomi is the globe-trotting Tokyo-based artist behind the Far East Ghost project who embodies the Japanese psychedelic sound through his deep yet hardcore music production.
After releasing his debut album "Welcome to Psychedelic Hell" in spring 2007 from Trip Records, he completed a smashing Japan tour, joined Triplag Music and Kabrathor Music as an official label artist, and blitzed through a successful European tour in the winter of that same year.
He has been working on collaborations with acclaimed Japanese artists Savage Scream as Diablos and with Noise Gust as Mephisto and released a triple split album including Diablos, Mephisto, and Baal, titled "Lords of Destruction" from Triplag Music on Sep/2008.
The long awaited Far East Ghost's double disc 2nd album "Emperor" has released on May/2009 from Triplag Music.
On another front, he has been active in a number of other projects, including the rock-psychedelic trance fusion project "Zeta" featuring Marty Friedman (ex-guitarist of Megadeth/Lovefixer), and has been showcasing his multifaceted talents by contributing to the soundtrack of Ryuhei Kitamura's film "Versus", and to the production of Marty Friedman's solo album.