Black Acid Devil
The Munsens, Dead Temple, Warhawk
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
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Black Acid Devil
Black Acid Devil started in the winter of 2008. Originally the band went by the moniker "Warriors on the Edge of Time." The band then, included Arj Narayan, Tyler Wurzer, and Taylor Iversen. Shortly thereafter, the band changed the name to what it is now. Several shows happened alongside bands like Speedwolf, Ironhorse, Black Sleep of Kali, Kingdom of Magic and 3 Inches of Blood in Denver. Two small tours of the midwest happened.The Devil is now back in the driver's seat and is now featuring Jason Carter (Drums) and Zachary Amster (guitar).
the Munsens has remained a bit of an enigma over the last handful of years due to the scattered whereabouts of the band’s members, surfacing intermittently for a sporadic arrangement of tours and a pair of releases. 2016 saw the most prominent establishment of the group thus far, with the entire band now residing in the same city for the first time in the band’s career, featuring a rearranged lineup. (Original drummer Shaun Goodwin moved to guitar, with Graham Wesselhoff, formerly of Denver’s Skully Mammoth, taking the helm behind the drums.)
The Munsens made a handful of appearances in Denver during the summer and fall of 2016, and just released their first recordings in nearly two years (Nov. 21) via a 45-minute EP titled Abbey Rose, which preludes their first full-length album, due out in the summer of 2017. Abbey Rose is available on cassette and as a digital download through the band’s Bandcamp page and will supported by two tours in early 2017, in January and in March.
Inspired by early heavy metal, traditional doom, and 70's hard rock Dead Temple was formed in February of 2011 by lead vocalist, Jade Morgan, and drummer, Tyler Wielgosz (ex-DDC). In the summer of 2012 guitarist Gianni DiGiacomo (BattleSpawn) and bassist Nick Olson (ex-STD's, ex-Total Annihilation) joined -followed by sister vocalists Nadia Kontogiannis and Olivia Stone.
"This one's almost all guitar - big, distorted, consuming guitar, the kind you have to brace yourself against." -Kiernan Maletsky, Westword