every time i die, curlin for a cure tid the season

Every Time I Die have been working away in the studio on the follow up to Low Teens and it looks like we’re another step closer to hearing the album.

Vocalist Keith Buckley posted saying he’s completed tracking his vocals for all 16 songs appearing on the record.

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The musician posted to his Twitter account saying he’s officially done his recordings for the new record.

“I have officially tracked all vocals for 16 of the best @everytimeidie songs the band has ever written,” the post reads.

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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Last month, Every Time I Die played another new track live. The new song is possibly called “Planet Shit” as that is what it is referred to in three separate fan posts, but we know the band’s tendency for joking about song titles before they’re released.

Joining them in the studio is producer and Fit For An Autopsy guitarist Will Putney who also produced their 2016 album Low Teens. This will be ETID’s first record in four years.

They ended up playing the new song at O2 Brixton Academy. You can see fan-shot footage below.

ETID are heading to Australia with Parkway Drive and Hatebreed in June. Tickets are available here and dates are below. They will also join Code Orange for the album release party of Code Orange’s Underneath.

Dates:

03/14 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theatre
06/13 — Brisbane, AU @ Riverstage
06/19 — Sydney, AU @ Qudos Bank Arena
06/20 — Melbourne, AU @ Melbourne Arena
06/21 — Adelaide, AU @ AEX Theatre
06/24 — Perth, AU @ HBF Stadium

Are you excited to hear the next Every Time I Die album? Let us know in the comments below.

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