Yesterday, Every Time I Die played their beloved 2003 album Hot Damn! at this year’s Rocks Off cruise in New York City. During night one of the three-day cruise, the band debuted a brand new track, "White Void."

Check it out below!

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The band kicked off the three-day cruise of the Hudson River by playing the hardcore album from front-to-back.

Every Time I Die made the announcement via social media, saying that once they finish playing the album, they will “let the good times roll, Rick Ocasek style.”

During yesterday's performance, the band debuted a brand new track titled "White Void." You can check out some fan-shot footage of the song below!

To celebrate the band bringing the album back for an epic night on the Hudson, you can stream Hot Damn! below.

We can't wait to see what ETID have in store for tonight and tomorrow's shows!

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Frontman Keith Buckley may be known for his singing and writing, but now he has a new skill to brag about — being able to legally marry people.

Buckley shared via social media that he now has an official certification that shows he is ordained.

“eat my shorts motherfuckers I’m god now you can’t tell me shit,” he posted along with his certificate.

What do you think of the brand new Every Time I Die track? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below!
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