The band will kick off the three-day cruise of the Hudson River by playing the hardcore album from front-to-back.
The band made the announcement via social media, saying that once they finish playing the album, they will “let the good times roll, Rick Ocasek style.”
The band also will be selling some amazing posters to commemorate the upcoming event. You cans see them in their full post below.
The cruise takes place September 25-27. Three-day passes are sold out, but you can buy single day tickets here.
To celebrate the band bringing the album back for an epic night on the Hudson, you can stream Hot Damn! below.
Even though Every Time I Die are throwing it back from the upcoming gig, they recently revealed they have begun writing their ninth studio album, which will be the band’s first full-length record in three years.
The band’s last full-length effort was 2016’s Low Teens.
The band commemorating the next album’s beginning with a simple post on Instagram captioned “Record 9. Day 1.” You can see that post below.
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Even though we will probably have to wait a bit to hear new music from the group, you can listen to Low Teens below to celebrate the band getting back in the studio.
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