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Herman's Hideaway, Denver 80210

1578 S Broadway Southwest
Denver, Colorado 80210
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Today's Shows

Wed, May 22, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
Stepping Stone with Low End, Exit Strategy, Chain of torment
Stepping Stone, Low End, Exit Strategy at Hermans Hideaway - $12$

Upcoming Shows

Thu, May 23, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
The Convalescence with Adrift On River Styx, From Blue To Grey, Mob For Bid, When Darkness Falls, Nefarious Heart
The Convalescence

The Convalescence formed in late February 2011 in Toledo,OH as a side project for various local musicians, After releasing pre production clips The Convalescence signed with Ohio independent label Enthral Entertainment to release a debut EP titled "Memories" in May 2011. The band went on to do multiple tours and festivals in support of the EP including The Northwest Ohio Metalfest, Bludgeonfest with Mobile Deathcamp, The Lone Wolves Tour with Winterus, The All Freaks Halloween Ball, The Road to the Metalfest Tour, and The Northern Wisconsin Metalfest. After completing pre production on their first full length album "Unmasking The Betrayer" The Convalescence went on to do The Winter Wipe Out Tour with The Black Order before recording the album at Metro 37 Studios in Rochester Hills,MI. Following with several tours and festivals through the remainder of 2012 and 2013 in support of the new release including The SkeleTour with Tides Of War and Mercia, The MonsTour, The For The Fans Tour with Kleos, The EradicaTour with Erimha, The See You LayTour with Along Came A Spider and Fallen Captive, Toledo Deathfest, Alcoholacaust 1 and 2, Toledo Metalfest, The Age Ov The Gods Festival, Do You Like It Heavy? Fest, and Summer Pit fest as well as sharing the stage with other national acts such as All Shall Perish, Carnifex, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Conducting From The Grave, The Contortionist, Mushroomhead, King Conquer, Abiotic, The World We Knew, Erimha, Along Came A Spider, The Bunny The Bear, Neurotic November, In Dying Arms, Kingdom Of Giants, Reformers, and many more. The band has recently signed with Ferocious Records and has just finished up recording a new album titled "The Process" and will be touring extensively throughout 2014 in support of this new release.

$8.00 - $10.00
Fri, May 24, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
Stitched Up Heart with Hemingway Hero (late set), Sharone, Two Minutes Darker, Thy Shade
Stitched Up Heart

Stitched Up Heart is an American hard rock band based in Los Angeles, California. The group was founded in 2010 by vocalist Alecia "Mixi" Demner and guitarist Merrit Alfero, later joined by bassist Randy Mathias and drummer James Decker.

$10.00 - $100.00
Sat, May 25, 2019 (1:00pm - 3:00pm MDT )
Summertime Rock Party (Live Music) with MLD
Summertime Rock Party (Live Music) with MLD - $10-15
Sat, May 25, 2019 (6:00pm - 8:00pm MDT )
Tough Old bird with Sawmill Joe, Many Mountains, Josh Moorehead, Uncle Punch
Tough Old bird | Sawmill Joe | Cara Elizabeth | Josh Moorehead | Uncle Punch $8.00 - $12.00
Wed, May 29, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
The Huffy Boys with Kid Wilderness, Freakeasy, The Wannabes
The Huffy Boys $8 – $80
Thu, May 30, 2019 (6:30pm - 8:30pm MDT )
The Road to Search Party with Elysian Brewing Company, Fabulous Boogienauts, Ninety Percent 90's
The Road to Search Party

Elysian Brewing operates four Seattle restaurants -Elysian Capitol Hill, Elysian Tangletown, Elysian Fields, Elysian BAR, and a full production brewery - Elysian Airport Way, in the Georgetown neighborhood. Known for variety, Elysian has brewed over 350 craft beers since it opened on Capitol Hill in 1996.

Sat, June 1, 2019 (11:30am - 1:30pm MDT )
School of Rock (Aurora) Performs Metallica
School of Rock (Aurora) Performs Metallica

Teaching the world to rock on stage and in life!

- $10-12
Sat, June 1, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
Smile Empty Soul with Coldville, Dead Eyes, Blue Helix, Sonic Octane
Smile Empty Soul | Coldville | Dead Eyes | Blue Helix | Sonic Octane

California’s Smile Empty Soul formed in 1998 and quickly rose in the Los Angeles club scene. The band was picked up by Atlantic Records which released their self-titled debut album “Smile Empty Soul” in 2003. The album was best known for the smash hit “Bottom of a bottle” and was certified gold with sales in excess of 500,000 units. The band toured and built a massive following which spawned the albums “Vultures”, “Anxiety”, “Consciousness” and “3′s”. All met with strong independent success and furthered the bands long standing career. According to vocalist Sean Danielsen: “Fans have always said they can relate to the band’s “heartfelt” lyrics, as well as their raw and emotional sound. Through many struggles and hardships Smile Empty Soul has always persevered , simply because “this is what we love to do”. When you listen to our records it’s obvious where our priorities lie: The music.” In June 2013 Smile Empty Soul formed an imprint label called “Two Disciples Entertainment” in conjunction with Pavement Entertainment, and It will see the band controlling all aspects of marketing and promotion. The group has just completed work on their new album “Chemicals” and are planning on a release in the fall of 2013.

$12.00 - $120.00
Wed, June 5, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
Eternal [Wu Tang Killa Beez] with La chisha Lena, Michele, Right-Just Kamp, Freddy Ruger, Table Tony, Mally MC, More To Be Announced
Eternal [Wu Tang Killa Beez]

Born and raised in San San Diego, CA, Eternal developed a deep passion for music at the young age of seven years old. It wouldn’t be until the age of fifteen that Eternal would begin writing down the lyrics he heard in his head and perfecting his skills. At the age of sixteen Eternal was able to get himself studio time and began to record his music and perfect his flow. He would then spend the next three years perfecting his style and lyrics and at the age of 19 he set out to make music his full time career. Instead of waiting for a label to show up or a financier to step into his life Eternal blazed his own path to success forming the legendary San Diego group Kastlevania. Kastlevania’s first release was “Str8 From Tha Dungeon” which Eternal not only rapped on but also produced all of the music for. “Str8 From tha Dungeon” released in 2000 was distributed nationally through major retail chains across the United States, which Eternal also lined up. The Success of “Str8 From Tha Dungeon” combined with Eternals consistent networking led him to not only establishing himself as a factor in the San Diego music scene but also to his first nomination at the San Diego Music Awards for best album. After his nomination Eternal returned to the studio and created Kastlevania’s sophomore album “Kastlevania 2; The Battle Angels.” Once again Eternal rapped on the project and produced every track on it. The album released in 2002 was nominated for two awards at the San Diego Music Awards for best group project and album of the year. The project won the Album of The Year award, which in turn further exposed Eternal’s name in the West Coast music scene. With the release and success of both Kastlevania projects Eternal set out on a tireless networking campaign that would see him not only performing on shows weekly but also creating relationships with other artists across the United States. In 2006 Eternal returned to the studio to create his highly anticipated solo EP “Blazed & Konfuzed.” Upon the release of the project Eternal was once again nominated at the San Diego music awards for Best Album and later joined forces with another San Diego group Comfortable Creeps with his group Kaslevania to form Kastle Creeps to release another interesting self titled project "Kastle Creeps" in 2009. After the release of his album Eternal connected with the one of the founding members of the West Coast Killa Beez and Black Knight member, The Rugged Monk who immediately recognized Eternal’s dangerous combination of a presence behind the mic crossed with his never say die attitude. Monk immediately made Eternal a member of the West Coast Killa Beez and Eternal made it his priority to continue creating classic music while representing the ever growing Wu-Tang movement. This new affiliation combined with his established name as a solo artist has led Eternal to not only sell over 50,000 units independently but also perform along such notable artists as; Cypress Hill, RZA, Ice T, Too Short, Devin The Dude, Bizzy Bone, Project Blowed, Killarmy, Killah Priest, Papa Chief of Brooklyn Zoo, Canibus, Ill Bill, Necro, Souls of Mischief, Black Knights, The Indovizualz, and many more. Eternal strives to be more than just an artists, he recently launched an online show “The Eternal Show” which has been described as a Hip Hop version of MTV’s popular TRL featuring in depth interviews, behind the scenes footage and shows with artists such as Raekwon, Planet Asia and Brooklyn Zoo. The show is Eternal’s way of not only spreading his music, the "W" and name but also showcasing the independent artists he is around on a daily basis, who normally might not get the attention they deserve. While versatile, Eternal is commonly known for his horror core type hip-hop, a sub-genre that is currently lost in hip-hop today, Wu-International catches up with the man to find out how it all started, his Gravediggaz and Marilyn Manson influence, being a part of the KBG, his impressive discography and much more... Enjoy!!

- $10-100
Fri, June 7, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
NeoRomantics with Tolstoy, Big Paleo, Blue Mesa, Narcissa
NeoRomantics | Tolstoy | Big Paleo | Blue Mesa | Narcissa

Based in Tulsa, OK, NeoRomantics, four piece rock outfit, was founded by Hagen Pavey and Daniel Anthony Castleberry, in the summer of 2014. Along with staking a claim in their hometown, becoming the first local band to sell out the Tulsa venue, The Vanguard, they have created a following throughout the Midwest and other parts of the country with their shimmery, textural rock sound. Ever since they began touring in the spring of 2016, following the release of their first record 'Dearly Beloved', the band has served as ambassadors to the Tulsa scene on the road as well as lending a hand in building the DIY scene at home. In January, 2018, after adding guitarist Cody Dillingham, NeoRomantics resurfaced with their single 'Concentrated', a darker, more mature take on their previous work which landed them a nod from Alternative Press. Their new EP, 'Homecoming' (2018), as unconventional as it is pop-structured, floats somewhere in the space between indie-rock and the emo revival.

- $8-80