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O'DEATH

Outside

2012-06-11

Combining guitar, fiddle, banjo, ukulele, trombone, euphonium, cello, keys, and handclaps with vocal harmonies and a keen sense of production, O’Death has made one heck of an album. Outside is the third release from the Brooklyn band and it is not your usual country, or rock, or punk, or folk or any of the other genres that I hear as the band’s possible influences. I would call it Gothic Americana (Americana Gothic?) You should hear it for yourself...really. Rebecca Ruth

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