The Many Colored Death | Falling Farther from You

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Falling Farther from You

by The Many Colored Death

More of the rock music you've been missing from a band you hardly know.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Falling Farther from You
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4:34 album only
2. Yawning Angels
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3:43 album only
3. Broken Pieces
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4:27 album only
4. Charlie the Demon Slayer
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5. Head Over Heels
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The Many Colored Death is a hard rock trio based out of Columbia, Missouri. With influences ranging from Sabbath and King's X to Muse and RATM, they've forged a sound uniquely theirs, while not wholly unfamiliar. Described by one fan as "a silky mixture of 70's rock and early 90's grunge", The MCD are driven by a desire to make real, honest rock music for real rock music fans. Featuring a thundering rhythm section that would make Bonham and John Paul Jones proud, and a guitarist/vocalist who is equal parts Robin Trower, King Buzzo, and David Gilmour, their brand of rock is both quiet and loud, dark and light. A veritable yin yang of sound and emotion. Soulful lyrics and melodies float effortlessly over the pounding surf of complex polyrhythms and groove laden riffs.


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