It's been almost 15 years since a band from Cleveland called Filter landed their biggest hit called "Take a Picture," but with other big hits like "Hey Man, Nice Shot," a kick-ass live show, and a great new record that came out earlier this year, you can not tell me these guys are irrelevant. So, my suggestion is to not piss them off like a restaurant recently did in Denver. 

Filter is out on tour promoting the new album I talked about with the bands Red, We As Human, and Otherwise, and made a stop last Wednesday (October 9th) at the Summit Music Hall in Denver. At some point while in town the band decided to go out to eat at Brother’s Bar & Grill, which is just up the street from the music venue, earlier in the day. But when the group went to join fans at the bar and grill after the show, the group says the drummer was denied entrance.

The reason? His neck tattoo, the group claims. CAREFUL the video has vulgar language;

The Hollywood Reporter said the Denver location posted this response on its Facebook wall:

“We are NOT against tattoos. We are NOT against visible tattoos. Our employees have and display tattoos. Our guests have and display tattoos. That has always been the case. What the tattoo represents or symbolizes and where the tattoo is located is a criteria to entering our location.”

That post has since been deleted.

WEAK ASS PLACE! I know where I am NOT eating next time I am Denver!