Every Time I Die begin work on new album

Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley has posted an update about the band as they begin work for their new album, and first album on Epitaph Records.

"It’s been a while since we posted on the status of the Every Time I Die camp, but I’ll admit that it often gets overlooked since we have fallen into such a writing/recording/touring routine over the past ten years that we rarely take a step back to take personal note of the endeavors we’re undertaking. As of yesterday, January 12th, we have officially begun writing the new record. Well, let me rephrase that: Jordan, Mike, Andy and Josh have begin writing and i have just attained a level 23 ranking on Call of Duty: World At War online.
But that’s not to say I have not been doing my part as I await to hear the demos of the songs as they begin filing in. I have, according to tradition, thrown myself into a tempestuous spiral of panic, doubt and self-loathing in the face of an impending creative venture that will ultimately shift public opinion of me to one extreme or another independent of my own faculties to control it. And still we do it for the kids. The irony. We will be taking a brief hiatus from the writing to play Poughkeepsie NY, Plains PA and Worcester MA on January 29th-31st, then again between February 16th-March 4th to play shows in New Zealand and Australia before heading to the studio in California on April 1st. Pray for us."

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