EYE EMPIRE DOWNSTAIT OCKUMS RAZOR TBA (want to open? firstname.lastname@example.org) Doors at 7 PM All Ages + surcharge $10 Produced by Archfront Media
Ockum's Razor celebrates it's 10th anniversary w/ Reigning Heir & Connibal Road! All-ages show, doors at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. No minor surcharge either. Don't miss it!
Doors 7pm • Show 8pm • $5 Cover • All Ages 10 Year Anniversary Show
An all-ages event lasting twelve hours that is dedicated to promoting unity in the Saint Louis rock-n-roll community. It will be held from 2pm to 2am at Atomic Cowboy, featuring three stages of rock music simultaneously. The festival's attendees and artists alike will range in various age groups, ethnicities, back rounds, belief systems and lifestyles, not to mention genres of rock. *This is the Outdoor Stage artists only.* http://www.rockufest.com
Sounds Like: Sevendust, Faith No More, Tool, Alice in Chains, Incubus
Manager: Christopher Davis
Bio: Haven't you ever heard of Ockum's Razor? The simplest explanation is probably the most best one. Our name is Ockum's Razor and we are a rock music artist from Saint Louis, Missouri that originated in 2002, specializing in rock along the lines of Faith No More, Alice In Chains, Tool & Sevendust. G...See Full Bio
“Listening to 'Decapitated Society' brings to mind the classic musical stylings of Tool, Pantera, Rage Against the Machine and even System of a Down. Teach Me How To Learn has the style of Tool and Dawn of Man is a mixture of haunting piano and synth which then leads effortlessly into the next song Nebula, which really shows the diversity of each member while still gelling together to create an anthem, the likes of which we haven't heard since Rage's "Wake up". The White Horse And Its Rider is reminiscent of System's Toxicity album and is really enjoyable. Smooth As Eggs features a trumpet and bongos and is so diverse it caters to everyone's tastes. Finally, Manimal begins with a Spanish style guitar alongside smooth vocals which transcends into Metal and back again . Six of the eight songs are excellent. The mixture of styles is a pleasure to listen to and this reviewer is now a fan for life.”