GRAVITY KILLS To Play One-Off Reunion Gig In St. Louis

According to 52nd City, GRAVITY KILLS will play a one-off reunion show at the Pageant in St. Louis, Missouri in late October, coming on the 10-year anniversary of their first live gig, a sold-out show held at the late Other World. By that point in time, the band was already a hit on local airwaves, with the track "Guilty", recorded for an early version of the then-vital "Pointessential" CD series.

The band's lineup on October 28 will include the original quartet: vocalist Jeff Scheel, keyboardist Doug Firley, guitarist Matt Dudenhoeffer and drummer Kurt Kerns, who amicably left the group after two albums. Also appearing on the bill — dubbed "The Killoween Freakshow" — are TOBI KAI & THE STRAYS, LAPUSH and THE OCTOBER. Tickets are $15.00 in advance or $18.00 the day of the show.

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