We ran out of space in the paper this week to write about this show, but before you head over to Enon at the Billiken Club, I recommend heading to Off Broadway to check out O'Death and Murder by Death.
O'Death goes on at 9 p.m., so there's no excuse. The former played the Bluebird with Langhorne Slim a few weeks back, and blew me away. Actually, it surprised me that more people weren't there, as O'Death's goth-twang and country-punk aligns perfectly with locals like the Monads and Strawfoot, creating a high-energy hootenanny that goes over super well in St. Louis.
Murder by Death is going strong with its own brand of dark, cello-driven rock and recently released a new album. Video of O'Death below.
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