Every Time I Die, Andy Williams, AEW
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Every Time I Die guitarist Andy Williams made his television debut with All Elite Wresting on AEW Dynamite.

Andy “The Butcher” Williams has been in the ring for a few years now. In June 2015, he took on pro-wrestler TARIK, who didn’t stand a chance against the musician. That same week, the guitarist went up against Jimmy Havoc at Download Fest, where he powerbombed the wrestler through a table.

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In 2017, Williams became a tag team champion when he and Jesse “Braxton Sutter” Guilmette (aka The Blade) took down the Upper Echelon tag team at the Pro Wrestling Rampage event in Erie, PA.

Now, Williams and Guilmette joined forces again to take on national television.

On Nov. 27, the team blindisided All Elite Wrestling Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes on the wresting company’s AEW Dynamite. They were joined by Laura Dennis (Allie, The Bunny) and met with boos from the crowd.

Talk about a warm welcome.

Check out a clip of the action below!


Fans took to Twitter to express their excitement of seeing the guitarist on stage.

The duo will be making an appearance at ETID’s ‘Tid The Season holiday show on December 13 and 14 at Buffalo Riverworks.

The band will also continue with the tradition of wrestling by hosting the matches on the 14th. This year’s lineup includes The Butcher and The Blade, who also wrestled during last year’s festivities. Tickets for this year’s event are available here.

 

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The band commemorated the next album’s beginning with a simple post on Instagram captioned “Record 9. Day 1.”

Every Time I Die have been plugging away on the followup to Low Teens for a little while now and they’re offering fans a taste of a new track with a quick teaser clip.

“Remember when we posted a picture the day we started writing and everyone thought we were recording? Well we’re still not recording, but here’s a riff because you’ve been patient,” they captioned the post.

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