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Top five Boston local rock shows to attend in September

The end of the summer is approaching but that's no reason to get the summer blues with these five shows to look kick off the beginning of fall in Boston.

Copyright 2010 Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling
Copyright 2010 Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling
Kelly Davidson

Enjoy moshing and running around screaming lyrics to loud and noisy rock? Then you need to be at the Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub on Tuesday September 2 in Cambridge to see For the Worse, Hammer and the Nails, Lion's Law, and The Damn Garrison. Tickets are available for $10 and the show is 18+.

If heavy rock isn't your scene then head over to the Great Scott for a killer punk rock bill also on Tuesday September 2. The bill will include White Lung, Mormon Crosses, and Sweet John Bloom. Tickets are available for $10 in advance and $12 at the door and the show is 18+.

Even if fans aren't able to attend the Boston Calling Music Festival they can head to the after show that's happening at The Sinclair on September 5. The bill will feature Bombino and The Shills presented by Samuel Adams. Tickets are available for $20 in advance and the show is 18+.

AS BUILT PRESENTS the indie rock stylings of Elephants, Bellwire, Everything and Everyone, and The Original Cowards at O'Brien's Pub in Allston on Saturday September 13. Tickets will be available for $8 and the show is 21+.

Endation, a raw, heavy, and emotional rock band, will be having their album release party for their new album "Liars, Thieves, and Dead Leaves". They'll be joined by Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling which may be there only show of 2014, Eddie Japan, and Yellabird on Thursday September 25 in Cambridge at T.T. The Bear's Place. Tickets are available for $10 at the doors and $8 in advanced and the show is 18+.