Exclusive Video: Tyvek World Premier @ Scion Garage Fest!

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Fast forward to tomorrow: Detroit punk rock torchers, Tyvek storm the stage at Club Le Carambolage, in Baden, Germany.

It's just another night on their blitzkrieg run through Europe, tearing through 40 shows in 40 days throughout the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Croatia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Spain, and then, eventually, back up to Germany and the Netherlands.

Back in October, with a couple of our city's beloved raw rockers in the Gories and Human Eye,  along with a few bands who carry strong Detroit ties in the Oblivians, the Greenhornes and the Ponys, Tyvek rocked  the Scion Garage Fest.

And we have the proof.

Metro Times is proud to host the world premier of Tyvek's feature Scion Garage Fest interview along with two rippin' performance vids of the songs "Future Junk" and "4321."

Turn it up, Johnny, this stuff kicks!

Without further adieu, Tyvek @ Scion Garage Fest!

Scion Garage Fest 2010: Tyvek Interview from Scion A/V on Vimeo.

Scion Garage Fest 2010: Tyvek "Future Junk" from Scion A/V on Vimeo.

Scion Garage Fest 2010: Tyvek "4312" from Scion A/V on Vimeo.

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