Review: Omut - Dzesyat' shlyahou praz dryhvu [Ten ways through the swamp] (2014)

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If you are a fan of a good folk-metal you'll be surprised in a good way by the debut album of the band Omut called 'Dzesyat' shlyahou praz dryhvu' [Ten ways through the swamp]. The most remarkable thing is that the main instrument is not a bagpipe or a pipe like many bands nowadays do, but the accordion.
 
Listening to intro 'Iordanskaya voda' [Jordan water] one may have a feeling that it's the album of some kind of folk ensemble and this track drives into the half an hour ecstasies. I can state with certainty that this project is absolutely genuine and has no aim to copy any of the existing Belarusian bands. It's clearly seen that the guys have found their own style. The music is remarkable with its clear sound with accordion and a mixture of pure female vocals with male growling on top, to guitars and drums accompaniment.

This release will be interesting for those who want to listen to the folk-metal of a high quality, a bit fabulous, with Belarusian lyrics, without pagan or historical issues.

Rate 9\10

More information about the band one can find following the links: Vkontakte, LastFm.

Text: Maxim Kavalyou



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