Review: Gevolt – Sidur [2008]

Yiddish folk metal meets Rammstein on Sidur, the latest offering from Gevolt. This Sephardic septet’s 11-track excursion meshes traditional styles of Israel with an industrial strain of metal chock-full of effected keyboards, that ultimately leaves an unearthly Gothic aftertaste, on cuts like “Liturgia” and the sinewy “Na More.” Providing a dose of klezmer with dark intentions, Gevolt’s latest release is laden with a dynamic drama that fans of Moonspell and Type O Negative can latch onto despite the language barrier. www.gevolt.comMike SOS

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