at 3 Kings Tavern

October 25, 2017 9:00 pm - 2:00 am
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Time: 9:00pm     Day: Wednesday     Doors: 8:00pm     Ages: 21+ Ages     Price: $5
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Wednesday October 25th:
King Chiefs
Smolder & Burn

$5 - 9pm

King Cheifs:
"Loud, hard hitting Desert Rock that is reminiscent of the greater area." - The Soda Shop

"I wouldn’t be surprised to see this band joining the ranks of other veteran stoner rockers in time. Tomorrow’s Over feels like something that could have just as easily have been released in the 90's and that is definitely not a bad thing." - Ghost Cult Magazine

“ ‘Like A Match’…lolls sleepily atop a pile of distortion pedels and Kyuss records. It’s low, slow, desert rock that makes for a perfectly mellow soundtrack to your booze-battered brain’s gently malevolent pulsating. Tune in, drop out—then take a nap.” - Kim Kelly / Noisey

"Tomorrow's Over is the perfect love-letter to bands past and present within the Desert/Stoner Rock scene though also showing CHIEFS are no mere copycats but a brilliant band within their own right." - The Sludgelord

Smolder & Burn
Old guys pretending to be friends while wasting electricity.

Bronze was forged in 2006 from the ashes of Denver sludgers Core of the Earth and Wyoming’s Slick Pigs Lie. Ten years later, with three full lengths under their belt and countless shows along the front range of Colorado, Bronze has released their heaviest material to date, 2016’s “Ameritrocities”. 

Their live show is the culmination of a decades worth of blood, sweat, and their own unique brand of alternative metal. No strobe lights, make up, or gimmicks in this outfit, instead Bronze relies on a pummeling rhythm section, commanding vocals, and riff heavy guitars. Think Melvins meets The Sword, with a splash of 80’s thrash. Bronze has shared the stage with many notable national acts such as The Sword, ASG, Red Fang, The Giraffes, Kyng, Exmortus, He Whose Ox is Gored, Electric Eel Shock, Black Cobra, Nebula, as well as numerous top shelf Denver acts. 

Bronze embarks into 2016 with an upcoming west coast spring tour supporting their latest release, Ameritrocities. Tracks available, dates posted on, and current updates on