Every Time I Die Recruit Snapcase, The Bouncing Souls, Knocked Loose, Etc. For Annual Holiday Show

Every Time I Die have revealed the lineup for their annual “‘Tid The Season” holiday show. The event will be held on December 15 at the Buffalo Waterworks in Buffalo, NY and it will feature Every Time I Die, along with all the following: Snapcase, The Bouncing Souls, The Menzingers, Knocked Loose, Turnstile, Angel Du$t, and Vein. Aside from music, the show will also include a Blackcraft Wrestling event with Every Time I Die‘s Andy Williams and more set to enter the ring. Tickets can be found at tidtheseason.com.


Every Time I Die Announce “Celebrating 20 Years Of Bullshit” Tour With Turnstile, Angel Du$t, & Vein

Every Time I Die will be hitting the road on the “Celebrating 20 Years Of Bullshit” tour. Turnstile, Angel Du$t, and Vein will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

11/12 Chicago, IL – Metro
11/13 St. Louis, MO – The Ready Room
11/14 Lawrence, KS – The Granada Theater
11/16 Denver, CO – The Bluebird
11/17 Denver, CO – The Bluebird
11/19 Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
11/20 San Diego, CA – The Observatory Northpark
11/21 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
11/23 Berkeley, CA – UC Theatre
11/24 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent
11/25 Tucson, AZ – 191 O’Toole
11/27 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
11/28 Dallas, TX – Canton Hall
12/03 Tampa, FL – Orpheum
12/04 Lake Park, FL – Kelsey Theatre
12/05 Jacksonville, FL – 1904
12/06 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
12/07 Columbia, SC – The Senate
12/08 Greensboro, NC – Arizona Pete’s
12/09 Richmond, VA – Broadberry
12/10 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
12/11 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
12/12 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre

Every Time I Die Added To More Dates On Upcoming Fall Out Boy & Machine Gun Kelly Tour

Every Time I Die have been added to a couple more shows on Fall Out Boy and Machine Gun Kelly’s upcoming tour. Here’s the dates the band will be opening on:

09/02 Buffalo, NY – Keybank Center
09/04 Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
09/05 Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena
09/06 Grand Rapids, MI – The Van Andel Arena

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley To Trump Supporters & Bigots: “My Band Doesn’t Need You. Nobody Does. Smash Nazis At Every Turn”

A cool thing about Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley is the fact that he is not afraid to voice his political beliefs, even if it means losing some supporters. The frontman recently took to Twitter to express how he was happy to see that there was a lack of “Make America Great Again” hats during the band’s time on the Vans Warped Tour’s final cross-country run:

He then responded to several people that commented:

He later added:

[via The PRP]

Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley Continues Playing While Crew Disassembles Stage At Final Vans Warped Tour Date, Gets The Power Cut On Him

The Vans Warped Tour’s final cross-country run officially came to an end at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, FL yesterday (August 5) and the second to last band to perform was Every Time I Die. However, guitarist Jordan Buckley wanted to play the last note ever heard at the touring festival, so after the band closed with “Map Change,“ he continued rocking as the stage was being disassembled around him. Unfortunately, the crew ended up cutting the power after about 14 minutes. You can see footage of that below. It’s worth noting that Pennywise was actually the last group to play Warped Tour and that they finished their set with “Bro Hymn.”

[via The PRP]

Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley Says He Saved A Fan’s Life By Spitting Beer In Her Eye

Here’s an interesting story for you. Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley apparently ended up saving a fan’s life by spitting beer in her eye. You can read how that went down in the below tweets:

[via The PRP]

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley To Release New Novel “Watch”

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley has announced that he will be releasing a new novel, titled “Watch,” in August. Pre-orders are available via Rare Bird Books.


The following synopsis was shared:

“When John Harvey’s watch stops working on the morning of February 3rd, 1987, he has an epiphany. It occurs to him that every personal trauma he is trying to forget has had one thing in common: they all occurred at some point on the face of that very watch. The loss of his job, the death of his child, Zola’s suicide, all contained right there in that tiny circle of finite numbers. So he smashes the watch. Problem solved.

But when John steps out the door to make his daily trek to the local bar as a man newly freed from the tyrannies of time, he is met by a snowstorm that renders him completely blind, and a walk that should have taken just a few minutes begins to feel like years.

Because as John Harvey wanders alone through the snow with no sun nor sign to guide him, the 28 year old misanthrope is confronted by the vivid manifestation of every ghost he has devoted his lonely life to avoiding. In the storm he is forced to finally accept the suffering he has been hiding from.

In the storm he is forced to understand that the only thing worse than never truly seeing is never truly being seen. In the storm he is forced, for once, to watch.”