Funeral Skull

Lost Lake Presents

Funeral Skull

Tunnel Out, Sweet Ball Peen, Violet's Gun

Sunday, 1/28

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

Funeral Skull
Funeral Skull
Tunnel Out
Tunnel Out doesn't really fit into any one genre. Heavily influenced by Punk and Hardcore, with a strong dose of Stoner Rock and Metal. Heavy and melodic.
Sweet Ball Peen
Sweet Ball Peen
Genghis: Greg 'Genghis' Young covers vocals, lead and rhythm guitars for SBP. His early playing days were influenced by the blues and quickly moved from there to hard rock. Moving forward from Clapton and Iron Maiden, and finding Megadeth and Al Dimeola the driving forces in his style were set. In the early 90s, Genghis was the singular guitarist for the SF Bay Area rock outfit, Pistol Apostle, with whom he enjoyed modest success, and recorded many well-received demos. The pinnacle moment of that chapter was perhaps opening for 24-7 Spyz on Halloween night in 1991 while Kirk Hammett of Metallica looked on and then offered his compliments after the show. Genghis joined SBP in 2003 and has been a part of that original line-up ever since.
Stetz: Keith 'Stetz' Stoetzer provides the 'glue' that holds the music together. Serving up the rhythm guitars for SBP, the occasional lead and some cameo lead vocals, Stetz grinds out the rocking from the get go and never lets up. Broken arms, legs, and bloodied hands are no match for this unstoppable force. Keith is the other seminal member in today's line up, drawing his style from wide ranging influences…if you had to pick three, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Clutch, and The Grateful Dead would be safe bets. Keith knows no enemies for a reason; find him after the next show and strike up a conversation and you'll see!
Zack: Zack's musical journey covers hip-hip, reggae, gospel, and funk, blues, rock, and metal; playing everywhere from coffee shops, parties, and dive bars, to ballrooms, the People's Fair of Denver and the Emergenza Battle of the Bands Regional Finals. In 2007, Zack joined the powerhouse rockers of Denver's own "Sweet Ball Peen," with whom he recorded the studio album, "Cover Up." Every night he is a lock to throw down epic, stage-rumbling performances you must not miss and will never forget!
Kevin: Kevin Jochem, the best not-rich-and-famous drummer in Denver, punished the kit for SBP from 2006 to 2010 and returned in 2013 to complete the triumphant comeback of SBP!!! His contribution to the 2009 CD, Cover Up, recorded by Jamie 'Hell-yeah' Hillyer at Module Overload Studios is a little of the abundant proof that, yes, that boy can play! Kevin's credits are too many to name in this space; he plays it all, and better than you! Lucky are the ones who have smelted his Jochemy!
Violet's Gun
Violet’s Gun is a three piece band rock band from the Denver suburbs. Heavy guitar with drums fills and clean harmonies. The band started August of 2016, yet the music has been written, recorded, and perfected since April of 2015.

Jack McCombs– Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals

Jack is the lead singer, lead guitarist, and creator of Violet’s Gun since April of 2015. Since then, he has written all the songs off their first album. He is heavily influenced by NIRVANA, Royal Blood, The Beatles, and MUSE.

Eric Cook– Drums, Backup Vocals

Eric started playing drums in his first year of high school with the marching band. He later got on the kit and learned very quickly. He hits hard and can play fills without missing a beat. His influences include The Eagles, AC/DC, Rise Against, and Dream Theater.

Peyton Elliott– Bass, Backup Vocals

Peyton first learned the bass five years ago when he wanted to learn an instrument besides the guitar. He is influenced heavily by Pink Floyd, Van Halen, Green Day, and Panic! at the Disco.
Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206