Fans have been patiently waiting since last year for any signs of new material from Every Time I Die's highly-anticipated new album and it looks like they're finally teasing something.

The band are revealing a clip today and while it may not be a new song, fans are going to have something to look forward to.

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The band teased yesterday (Dec. 1) that they would be announcing something with a caricature of the five members.



Due to the pandemic making concerts an impossibility, Every Time I Die's annual Christmas show looks like it will be replaced with a livestream event. They're selling tickets to the livestream for $15 with digital access for on-demand viewing for 48 hours after it airs.

The band is also offering ticket bundles and new merchandise including crewnecks, a hoodie, multiple t-shirts, letterman jackets and more. You can see everything they have available here.


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Last year, Every Time I Die's annual 'Tid The Season show featured sets from Against Me!, the Damned Things, Terror, Harm's Way, Glassjaw, Ghostface Killah, Cave In and more. They also ended up performing a new track during the event which fans caught footage of.

While it won't be the same having the event happen online this year, fans are surely in for a treat with this telethon event later this month. Make sure to get your tickets in advance by heading here.

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