If you read the previous review and chuckled at the NME wannabe phrasings, childish attempt at controversy and dismal spelling then you probably regarded the comments as equally fatuous. Kaddish is a masterpiece. One which won't be matched since one of the band has since departed this life. A concept album about the holocaust is a pretty audacious thing to attempt. Towering Inferno pull it off with a combination of gentle Yiddish and Gypsy folk, brooding classical interludes and frightening Laibach-like industrial phases. It takes a few listens to come to terms with, but pays back the effort with interest. By turns a sad, beautiful and genuinely frightening record, Kaddish is a genuinely moving album that cannot be recommended too highly.