The Many Colored Death - Blueberry Hill Duck Room - St. Louis, MO - 05.27.22

The Many Colored Death

with Inner Outlines , The Ricters

COVID-19 Entry Requirements
Vaccination Proof/Test: Not Required
Mask: Optional

Set times:
The Many Colored Death – 9:45pm
Inner Outlines – 8:45pm
The Ricters – 8pm
Doors – 7pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change

About The Many Colored Death

The Many Colored Death is a alt rock trio based out of Columbia, Missouri. Formed in 2010, the band has internalized the aesthetic and influence of acts such as Soundgarden, King’s X, Rush and Foo Fighters, then spun those elements out into a fresh new style. Described by one fan as “a silky mixture of 70’s rock and early 90’s grunge.”

Featuring a rhythm section that would make John Bonham and John Paul Jones proud, and a guitarist/vocalist who is equal parts David Gilmour, King Buzzo, and Chris Cornell, their brand of rock is both quiet and loud, dark and light. Soulful lyrics and melodies float effortlessly over the pounding surf of complex polyrhythms and groove laden riffs.

While the diversity and musicality of the band is showcased on their recorded works, the band truly shines in the live setting. With high energy and musical ferocity on full display, they’ve been making believers out of rock fans every time they take the stage. Whether opening for bands like Chevelle, Helmet, or Shaman’s Harvest, or shaking the walls down at a local dive bar, the song remains the same and the sound will shake your blood!

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About The Ricters

The Ricters are a 3 piece rock band based out of STL that blend 90’s grunge, alternative, and funk rock together to create a unique style of rock all their own. Adam Sheppard (Guitar/ Vocals) and Drew Nilson (Drums) started the project in 2018 and began playing around St. Louis. They recorded and produced 3 demos in their studio space and later recorded a 7 song album titled, “Zygote”, at firebrand studios in the summer of 2019. Later that year the band would welcome Jeramy Hagely as thepermanent bassist. The band mixed and mastered their first album and released “Zygote” in the spring of 2020. They continued playing shows until the Covid pandemic started and began to write music while waiting for venues to open back up. They began 2021 by recording some new material at Native sound studios and are currently mixing and preparing to release them as singles in the fall and winter of 2021.