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Every Time I Die perform in San Antonio, Texas at Warped Tour 2016 [Photo by: Alternative Press]

Every Time I Die 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. 

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And it looks like he plans on it based on what he wrote on Twitter, after posting a joke of course. 

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

In a second tweet, he shared an email address where people can actually ask him to be a part of their special day.He revealed via Instagram that it’d be “for a small fee”. 

It’d be a dream to have such a hard rock icon be a part of our special day, so we have to say we definitely approve of this unusual new accomplishment from the musician.

In other Every Time I Die news, the band recently revealed they’ll be playing their beloved 2003 album Hot Damn! At this year’s Rocks Off cruise in New York City. 

The band will kick 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.” 

They also will be selling some amazing posters to commemorate the upcoming event. You can see the design 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. 

Would you let Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die be the minister in your wedding? Sound off in the comments down below and let us know!

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