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Album Review

Once known for their incorporation of fusion, O’Death discards their overflowing bag of influences and concentrates strictly on rustic folk for their their 2011 album Outside. With any hints of gypsy-punk swept aside, the pace is down-shifted as the five-piece sticks to rural, minor chord banjo ballads with sweeping arrangements. There is nothing in the fiery spirit of “Low Tide,” but there are some dynamic moments where songs like “Pushing Out” or “Look at the Sun” crescendo almost to a majestic rock-out. However, most of the album is more in a mellow Americana/alt-rock style that favors bluegrass instruments, and lush orchestration. This makes O’Death stand out much less, considering the expanding scene of like-sounding chamber pop groups toting ukuleles and fiddles, but the dreary, ominous current paired with Greg Jamie’s wavering voice and sinister lyrics make this music more tense than that of the typical adult alternative band, even if they are heading in a mature direction.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Purchase, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The boys in O'Death come from all over the Eastern Seaboard, but got together in 2003 while they were attending the State University of New York in Purchase. They use folk styles — primarily bluegrass and old-time music — for a foundation, but punk, grunge, swing, rock, metal, and jazz figure heavily in their arrangements. The original members were drummer David Rogers-Berry and singer/guitarist Greg Jamie. Rogers-Berry approached Jamie after he finished a solo songwriter gig and suggested...
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