Buffalo’s most important band (sorry Cannibal Corpse – we still love you, though) Every Time I Die have teased more new music from their upcoming album.
In late April – as reported by Killyourstereo.com – the band offered the first snippet of the forthcoming material via an update on their socials pages, which was also accompanied by a rather apt Steve Buscemi clip. “Warning: the new record has a dangerously high “bedroom mosh” factor, as Steve Buscemi demonstrates,” Every Time I Die said at the time.
With no release date (or title) yet announced, the group has, in the meantime, offered short previews, with the latest offering juxtaposing their music with a Channing Tatum clip. Why not?!
The pending full-length will mark a follow-up to 2014’s ‘From Parts Unknown’, and will also represent the first recorded material with ex-Norma Jean/Underoath member Daniel Davison behind the kit.
Similarly, guitarist Andy Williams recently had surgery after tearing his meniscus in a wrestling match, while frontman Keith Buckley released a novel, ‘Scale’, in between band commitments.