Every Time I Die have been working away at their upcoming untitled ninth studio album and they're gifting fans with a snippet of new music.

The band posted a short clip of a song being played from their recording software as they continue putting the final touches on the record.

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Back in December, the band debuted a new song live at their annual ‘Tid The Season holiday shows.

Then, they announced they would be entering the studio in 2020 to put together their ninth full-length album.

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In February, Every Time I Die played another new track live which fans noted is potentially titled "Planet Shit." As per usual with Every Time I Die though, they tend to give unfinished songs ridiculous titles as placeholders.

Keith Buckley done tracking vocals
Now, we're getting the closest thing to a new studio track we've received so far.

The band are sharing a snippet of a song recorded for the new album over on their Instagram account.

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You can see the post below.


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