Tampa hard-rock band Level The Planet plays 'Shitty Neighbor' release show on Saturday

It's at the Mug on Saturday.

click to enlarge Level The Planet - Photo via leveltheplanet/Facebook
Photo via leveltheplanet/Facebook
Level The Planet
The night after Seven Kingdoms does an album release party at New World, another one of Tampa’s resident hard-rock bands will do the same thing at Brass Mug.

Level The Planet—known for its elaborate live shows with theatrics rather than just music—kicks off a very-spread-out string of dates by celebrating the release of its new record, Shitty Neighbor.

The band will be back at the Mug later this year, and will also pay visits to Winter Park, St. Pete, and Satellite Beach.

Opening are fellow hard rocker band Bear Within Us, “melodic progressive rock” quartet Virginia Rose Band, and singer-songwriter duo Comin’ Home The Band.

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