This Saturday, June 21st, local metal-themed brewing company Trve Brewery is celebrating their Two-Year anniversary Bacchanal (pagan party) with a show at The Marquis. The show will not only highlight some awesome local talent, but some bigger-name acts, as well. Headlining is the infamous Bongripper, a self-described “miserable doom” band from Chicago, who might not have the same sunny outlook on life as some Denverites, but will certainly appreciate the legalization. Power Trip, the infamous fast thrashers from Texas, will also be headlining.
In support of these groups, Trve have also thrown together a phenomenal local lineup, featuring Denver hardcore band Catholic Girls, the grindy black metal of Stoic Dissension, local doom Khemmis and In the Company of Serpents, and grind band Call of the Void.
Trve is located on South Broadway, and has been supplying Denverites with a dark, cold place to drink delicious craft brews and listen to blistering black and doom metal for the past two years. The 303 Music Desk caught up with owner and brewer Nick Nunn to talk about the local metal scene, how they got where there are today and their plans for the future.
Tickets to the show are fifteen bucks in advance and the day of, and it’s an all-ages event, so bring your little brother or sister and get them indoctrinated to the ways of metal early. Just don’t let them try the beer.
All photos courtesy of Trve Brewery.