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December Denver Doomfest at Larimer Lounge with Black Sleep of Kali, Royal Talons and more

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Doom metal is alive and well in Denver. And what better time to bask in the realm of doom as we enter into the thick of holiday season than to have an entire evening devoted to downtuned guitars? Precisely. Needless to say, our little hearts were brimming with inextinguishable glee this morning when we caught wind of the upcoming Denver Doomfest, slated for Saturday, December 3 at the Larimer Lounge. Make plans now to see the Flight of Sleipnir, Royal Talons, Black Sleep of Kali, the Xiphoid Process, Keep, Stoic Dissention and Blighter.



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