By Drew Ailes
By Kelsey McClure
By RFT Music
By Ryan Wasoba
By Rick Giordano
By RFT Music Writers
By Mabel Suen
By Cassie Kohler
Carrion Decay feels tightly wound within punk and hardcore. The guitars hold a keen sense for dingy tone, while shredding shines light on the band's rock & roll leanings. Carrion Decay deals with the mundane middle class, dead-end jobs and being ushered to the sidelines. The style sounds reactionary, with quick tempos amid grimy sounds and guttural yells coming from an upset stomach. A Google search nets you little for Carrion Decay, which uses its Facebook and Bandcamp pages as little more than sideshows, showing disdain for self-promotion. Colonia is also on the bill — it merges speed with melody in a desperate howl of modern screamo. Don't confuse this with mall-rock counterparts.
3301 Lemp Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63118
Category: Art Galleries
Region: St. Louis - Clayton
St. Louis Represents: Anodes continues to usher in post-hardcore and screamo groups through tireless booking and promotion, and the Ultraviolents return from a two-year hiatus as a trio with their quasi-punk-meets-noise rock.
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