In what is becoming a regular occurrence, NJ punks Titus Andronicus will make their return to Buffalo this evening at the Tralf Music Hall, their second stop in as many years. Since forming in 2005, Titus Andronicus has slowly built a catalog full of piss and vingar infused anthems, best exemplified on their sprawling, Civil War inspired concept album, The Monitor, all while being led by one of indie-rock’s best front man in the venomous Patrick Stickles. Expect Stickles and crew to test out some new material this evening as the band teased a new album was on the near horizon upon their last visit to town. Providing support this evening will be buzzing Brooklyn act Baked and local female foursome Cross Stitch.

Show kicks off tonight at 8pm. Tickets are available at the door for $14.