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Double Negative, The Loners, Goner to play Manchild 4 Release

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Pick Your Battles/Manchild 4 cover art
  • Pick Your Battles/Manchild 4 cover art

As reported last month, Raleigh drummer/illustrator extraordinaire Brian Walsby will soon deliver the fourth book in his Manchild series, Manchild 4: Riding Them Coat Tails, along with Pick Your Battles, a disc of live Melvins tracks. Thanks to an e-mail from Goner's Scott Phillips, we've got the line-up for the April 4 release party at Tir Na Nog, which puts Goner on the bill alongside The Loners and Walsby's Double Negative, both of which played the Manchild 3 release in October 2007. Doors are at 9 p.m., with Double Negative set to start things off around 10:30. Admission is $10 with a copy of the book/CD combo or $6 without. Walsby will also have artwork on display, which will be for sale. Jedidiah over at New Raleigh has a mighty fine preview, including the tracklist for Pick Your Battles.

UPDATE: Des Ark has just been added to this great, great bill.

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