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Boomkat Product Review:
Despite the rustic, hillbilly hoedown vibes, O'Death are in fact a New York band - a quintet fronted by whinnying vocalist and guitarist Greg Jamie, although taking up just as much space at the centre of the mix over the course of much of the album is fiddle player (it sounds a bit rude to call him a 'fiddler') Bob Pycior, who adds a pronouncedly gypsy-influenced flavour to proceedings, especially on the likes of 'Mountain Shifts' and the waltzing 'Leininger'. Elsewhere the band seem to switch from sounding like they're some pre-Civil War punk outfit (as on 'Legs To Sin') to dishing out more modern, new wave-flavoured bluegrass, if that isn't too surreal a proposition. They can be a bit exhausting, like a country & western Gogol Bordello at times, but O'Death's peculiar redneck party band persona is undeniably entertaining.