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Death Vessel is not a death metal band but the acoustic-based musings of Providence, RI-based singer-songwriter Joel Thibodeau. Inaccurately and indiscriminately dumped into the “freak folk” category, Thibodeau sings with a lightness of being and with playful arrangements that obscure the depth of his songwriting. His singing is feminine in tone, high-pitched and gentle. 2008’s Nothing Is Precious Enough for Us, his second album, shows him growing his ambitions. By album’s end, he’s left the fields for the pop music awaiting him in the recording studio. “Bruno’s Torso” flows with a simplicity that expands to include a horn section and threatens a carnival. With its twangy harmonies, banjo-picking and quickstep groove, “Obadiah in Oblivion” sounds like a back-porch folk tune gone awry. “Exploded View” adds a solid backbeat to its darker tone and perfect harmonic sense. “Fences Around Field” breaks into a spirited jam, but it’s the slow, brooding “Penisula” with its spare, nocturnal electric guitar licks and exploding climax that creates a truly bracing listen. It’s folk music for a new century.

Customer Reviews

Great sound!

Nobody else sounds like this. His music style and voice are very unique, but not too far out there. Very well recorded and layered; with lots of instruments working in harmony, and at the right times. I think you'll like your decision if you purchase this album.


Death Vessel is a great "Folk n Roll" act similar to recent Iron & Wine.


i saw him in concert opening for the low anthem and i was blown away!


Formed: Providence, RI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Essentially a solo vehicle for Providence, Rhode Island-based guitarist and singer/songwriter Joel Thibodeau, Death Vessel channels the pastoral country-folk soul of Gram Parsons while holding true to the experimental nature of modern alternative folk acts like Iron & Wine, Thao Nguyen, and Devendra Banhart. Born in Germany, Thibodeau, who possesses an impressive falsetto, spent his formative years on the East Coast, splitting his time between Boston, Providence, and New York City. He released his...
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