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Snow Porn: Summit Music Hall hosts world premier of Never Summer's Shred 'Em All

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Denver-based snowboard manufacturer Never Summer Industries celebrates its 20th anniversary season this winter, and the party starts tonight at 7 p.m. at Summit Music Hall with the world premiere of the second full-length team video, Shred Em' All, followed by a thrash-rock set and Metallica covers by It Should Have Been Lars (tickets $10).

Check out the Westword Show and Tell interview with director Micah Cook for more on the new movie, and our January 2010 profile on Tim and Tracey Canaday, the brothers behind Never Summer.

Shred Em' All trailer after the jump...

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