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Every Time I Die officially recognized by City of Buffalo

Sunday, December 16, 2018 10:12 AM PT


Just in time for their annual holiday show yesterday, Every Time I Die was officially recognized by their hometown, the City of Buffalo, who proclaimed yesterday (Saturday, December 15, 2018) to be "Every Time I Die Day." The honor comes "in recognition of their musical achievements and thanking them for their continued advocacy for The City of Buffalo."

You can check out the proclamation below.


Every Time I Die Day in Buffalo


50 comments


anonymous
183 days ago
Buffalo leads the country in exports of raw male on male an*l DVDs.

183 days ago
Very cool.

anonymous
183 days ago
Very cool.

Waiting for bitter comments from Lambgoaters who were in bands that flopped.

anonymous
183 days ago
Buffalo has some sick one of a kind soda and also has ETID

anonymous
183 days ago
I'll be the first then. Who?

anonymous
183 days ago
In recognition of his various civic...uh....

anonymous
183 days ago
Let's go buffalo !

anonymous
183 days ago
This is awesome! Congrats

anonymous
183 days ago
pretty rad! too bad the City of Buffalo can't afford a proof-reader for their official documents. :P

anonymous
183 days ago
Eat shit Bruce

anonymous
183 days ago
Awesome stuff. Definitely deserved.

anonymous
183 days ago
Dear Tony Brummel; Where I am able to email you...who cares; Glad to know you provide artists I worked with tour advances/emergency purposes...yet your artists are not even capable of paying those who worked hard...with you ultimately pocketing hand over fist.

183 days ago
what a world

anonymous
183 days ago
Banding

anonymous
183 days ago
Buffalo is a shit hole...this literally means nothing. Oh and Congrats.

anonymous
183 days ago
members remains

anonymous
182 days ago
*Ffffffrrrttt*

anonymous
182 days ago
I'm pretty sure they have played shows larger than 3,500 lol. Buffalo overcompensating here

anonymous
182 days ago
buffalo needs a scott vogel day too

anonymous
182 days ago
My first time at shitmas, and I am honoured to be apart of this. This is the greatest moment of my life

anonymous
182 days ago
The city of Buffalo must have not actually listened to their dookie music before they made this a thing

anonymous
182 days ago
3500 tickets sold on the entire bill not just ETID. LOL @ a band who formed in 1998 the absolute rock bottom year for hardcore, metal, and indie rock being given a day by their city. And how does them popping up in their city once a year for their annual rent money cashgrab make them ambassadors to their city?

anonymous
182 days ago
*for their city?

Buffalo is dead for hardcore - DEAD. Metal and indie rock too.

anonymous
182 days ago
anyone commenting saying Buffalo is a shithole for hardcore/in general has obviously never spent more than a day there. Awesome city with and awesome culture and ETID embrace it fully. 3,500 tickets for a headlining show is crazy for a band like ETID and if you were there, you would know that those 3,500 people were practically bringing Riverworks to the ground lol. Long live ETID!

anonymous
182 days ago
Oof. Not much going on in Buffalo...

anonymous
182 days ago
ETID is doing more for Buffalo than the Bills are.

anonymous
182 days ago
this just in Tim Lambesis officially recognized by the California State Correctional Facility as a convicted felon

anonymous
182 days ago
^Bazinga!!!!

anonymous
182 days ago
Tim has his masters, a gym in SD, three Airbnb and a highly successful band that charts top 10, gets grammy nominated and sells out venues worldwide. He is doing just fine

anonymous
182 days ago
"WTF this is what we pay taxes for?" -citizens of Buffalo upon seeing this

anonymous
182 days ago
Whereas , no one cares.

anonymous
182 days ago
all lies. tim has nothing except a bunch of online college credit courses in a field that won't hire him because of his felony conviction and jail time

anonymous
182 days ago
all facts and publically verifiable information. sorry you never made it

anonymous
182 days ago
go ahead, send a link for proof

anonymous
181 days ago
3,500 tickets for a headlining show is crazy for a band like ETID and if you were there, you would know that those 3,500 people were practically bringing Riverworks to the ground lol. Long live ETID!>>

3500 with help from Snapcase, Bouncing Souls, Turnstile, The Menzingers, Turnstile, 18 Visions, Knocked Loose etc.

anonymous
181 days ago
If it was ETID and three local bands a show they'd sell out Mohawk Place four nights. Impressive but not key to the city impressive.

anonymous
181 days ago
Buffalo hardcore and metal are dead. No bands from the '80s, '90s, or '00s. No bands with people from those decades. ETID is not/never was or will be hardcore. Snapcase is a now and then reunion only. There aren't even any bands who formed 2010-15. It's over/been over for awhile.

anonymous
181 days ago
AILD just played to 400 people in seattle.

nothing to see here

anonymous
181 days ago
^ fake news. we crunched the show numbers and they are exemplary. sold out 90 percent of the tour in multiple continents/upgraded known venues. the merch store has already needed to be restocked multiple times since Us leg. the back end of aforementioned splatter/marble/swirl vinyls will keep them in the green for a decade. i would know

anonymous
181 days ago
i work at Mb he is correct

anonymous
181 days ago
nope. seattle venue had a 400 person cap, most of the US venues were that size

anonymous
181 days ago
sold out show

anonymous
180 days ago
point being to sell out venues AILD had to seriously downgrade. not enough interest. just a handful of MAGA c*nts

anonymous
180 days ago
Trump is still your president soy boy and Tim is still making a profitable living playing music and touring continents and selling out operative word- upgraded venues. . they will sell out any hob sized venue as well. big facts. take off the crease hat

anonymous
180 days ago
as i lay dying was trash and is still trash. duh. old fogies

anonymous
180 days ago
if they can sell out HOB sized venues, maybe they should have played those. they upgraded from 200 to 400 cap rooms

anonymous
180 days ago
moron. you don't come back off a hiatus and play Alabama or Clemson week 1. you tune up some POS division two school and get the flow back. this isn't a hard concept to grasp. refrain from talking metalcore or the music industry in general... it isn't your 'thing'

show me where Tim hurt you

anonymous
179 days ago
"OF THE BANDING"

anonymous
179 days ago
if they are as massive as you say they are and grammy favorites etc. then yeah, they absolutely can jump right back in where they left off. the fact of the matter is, nobody cares so they are playing smaller places because they just don't have the clout you THINK they do.

anonymous
179 days ago
they are grammy hopefuls next year and will have a billboard top ten showing (again) in an age where that has become increasingly difficult for metalcore musicians. you don't just snap back into HoB size venues or larger after a five year hiatus. smart move two short Us and Europe tours at slightly lower venue. all in preparation for massive 2019 tour (known support) and new album