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Every Time I Die have been working away at their upcoming untitled ninth studio album and they’re gifting fans with a snippet of new music.

The band posted a short clip of a song being played from their recording software as they continue putting the final touches on the record.

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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.

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.

In February, Every Time I Die played another new track live which fans noted is potentially titled “Planet Shit.” As per usual with Every Time I Die though, they tend to give unfinished songs ridiculous titles as placeholders.

Early last month, vocalist Keith Buckley shared the news he was done tracking vocals for the record.

Now, we’re getting the closest thing to a new studio track we’ve received so far.

The band are sharing a snippet of a song recorded for the new album over on their Instagram account.

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