Every Time I Die’s new record is coming along swimmingly by all accounts, with the band saying on Twitter that they haven’t been in a groove like this in over a decade.
“10 song skeletons in less than 2 weeks,” they reveal. “writing productivity hasn’t been this fast/easy since [2003 album] ‘Hot Damn’. at this pace, expect a 62 song album.”
The new release – expected later this year – will follow on from 2014’s ‘From Parts Unknown’, marking their eighth full-length.
The New York band will be visiting the UK later this year to not only play Slam Dunk festival, but a string of dates that includes a London residency.
28 City Centre, Leeds (Slam Dunk)
29 The NEC, Birmingham (Slam Dunk)
30 The Forum, Hertfordshire (Slam Dunk)
31 Borderline, London
01 The Underworld, London
02 The Dome, London
03 The Old Blue Last, London
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