Timothy H promises “banging beats with ripping punk-rock guitars.”
  • Timothy H promises “banging beats with ripping punk-rock guitars.”
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The new full-length from Timothy H, Loved or Hated But Never Ignored, drops Saturday, September 1, at 710 Beach Club in P.B. “Attendees can expect banging beats with ripping punk-rock guitars,” says H, “along with go-go dancers and a rasta horn section. Since it’s Labor Day weekend, we may close our set with a cover of Neil Young’s ‘Rockin’ in the Free World.’”

Scott Mercado’s band project Manuok will premiere a new full-length called Traps (released in the U.S. by San Francisco’s 500 Records) on September 14 at the Tin Can Alehouse.

Jon Goodhue’s EP All In (co-written by Traa Daniels of P.O.D.) drops September 15 at 710 Beach Club. “All songs from the EP will be performed, as well as a few tracks from my previous records,” says Goodhue.

On September 21 at the Casbah, the Soft Pack returns with its sophomore full-length, Strapped, via the Mexican Summer label.

Tristan Prettyman’s new studio full-length, Cedar + Gold (Capitol Records), drops September 25, with an advance single “My Oh My” now available digitally.

The metalheads of As I Lay Dying will be in New York City on September 25, premiering their sixth full-length, Awakened, at a 30th anniversary party for the Metal Blade record label before embarking on a European tour with Upon a Burning Body (which should make for a great show poster: “As I Lay Dying/Upon a Burning Body”).

Finally, after two years of inactivity, “Swami” John Reis’s Night Marchers are set to drop their sophomore full-length on September 30.

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