SARAH JEZEBEL DEVA
"A Sign of the Sublime" (Candlelight Records; 2010)
Reviewed by Mike SOS
Sarah Jezebel Deva steps out of the background for her debut solo effort entitled, "A Sign of the Sublime," providing a moderate departure from Deva’s lauded Goth metal repertoire.
Best known for her work with Cradle of Filth, the bombast associated with this singer’s usual work is still very much a part of the program here (“The Devil’s Opera”, yet songs like “Daddy’s Not Coming Home” and an authentic cover of the very non-metal Meredith Brooks song “Bitch” allow Deva to spread her wings and display other influences with her commanding vocal sweetness in full effect (“They Called Her Lady Tyranny”).
Exhibiting an eclectic array of styles built around a convincing Goth rock foundation thanks to a solid collection of musicians behind her that skillfully succeed in finding the comfort zones to nestle between Deva’s past projects, fans of Lacuna Coil and Nightwish should embrace this disc wholeheartedly.
For more information, check out http://www.myspace.com/jezebeldeva.
A classic. This record will kick your ass.
Killer. Not a classic but it will rock your world.
So-so. You've heard better.
Pretty bad. Might make a nice coaster.
Self explanatory. Just the sight of the cover makes you wanna hurl.
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