Cloud Catcher Album Release

Trve Brewing and 303 Boards Present

Cloud Catcher Album Release

The Munsens, Phallic Meditation

Sat, March 11, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$10.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Cloud Catcher
Cloud Catcher
Denver’s own Heavy Rock power trio, Cloud Catcher, have been forging their own path since May 2013.
The trio consisting of Rory Rummings on guitar and vocals, Kam Wentworth on bass, and Jared Soloman Handman on drums have spent considerable time crafting their own style of heavy cosmic rock. Cloud Catcher's riff driven and energy fueled performances have landed them the opportunity to have shared the stage with such notable acts as Acid King, DANAVA, Lecherous Gaze, Dead Meadow, Rival Sons, Black Tusk, Mondodrag, Lord Dying, and many more. In 2015, their debut album, 'Enlightened Beyond Existence' had caught the attention of the local Colorado heavy music scene. The album exhibits some of the finest heavy rock and roll submerged in psychedelia this side of the Andromeda Galaxy. In Spring 2016 Cloud Catcher signed to European record label, Totem Cat Records, and have plans to release their sophmore album, ‘Trails of Kozmic Dust’, due early 2017. Their sound resonates with those who worship heavy acts such as Captain Beyond, early Grand Funk Railroad, Sir Lord Baltimore, and Budgie. The trio summons thick, fuzz-laiden, mountainous riffs and sub-earthly jams which unite in crushing harmony. Cloud Catcher has received the esoteric "cosmic nod" and is unrelentingly wielding it in an attempt to pry open the mind's eye of collective
consciousness.
The Munsens
The Munsens
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.
Phallic Meditation
Phallic Meditation
Indulgent Lovecraftian Hypnorock
Venue Information:
Hi-Dive
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
http://www.hi-dive.com/