NewsDecember 26, 2019 11:22 AM ET6,552 views

Every Time I Die set to record new album

After months of intermittent writing, Every Time I Die will finally enter the recording studio in February to begin tracking their ninth full-length album and first new LP in four years, the longest gap between two ETID albums in the band's 20-year history. Recording will commence "immediately upon" the band's return from Europe late next month, with producer Will Putney (Counterparts, The Ghost Inside) once again at the helm. A summer release is expected.





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