I first discovered NH's Time Out Timmy when they opened up for The Queers last August, which feels about three years ago at this point. Of course, I missed their set due to bad timing on my part, and I pledged to make one of their shows in the near future. Despite the fact that they played a ton of shows since then, nothing worked out for me, either time wise or geographically. And then they announced they were breaking up.
They did have one last thing for their fans: One last album they've put out for the "name your price" option on Bandcamp. Their self-titled final album is loud. It's much louder than music we typically cover here at If It's Too Loud..., but every so often we just feel the need. Time Out Timmy is a fifteen song album much shorter than a fifteen song album normally is. It's nothing but loud and fast songs stretching the limits of punk into the realm of metal. It's amped up, high energy punk that would have been perfect for the early days of the Warped Tour. At our age, we're going to feel a little self conscious listening to this type of punk, but we can't resist it, even with song titles like "Suck It" (this one is much less creepy than the title implies, I promise) and "Psycho Fucka."
You can listen to "Can't Deal With This" below. Time Out Timmy is available as a free dowload via the band's Bandcamp. For more on what the members of Time Out Timmy get up to, check out the band's Facebook.