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Every Time I Die Tease New Material With “Dangerous Bedroom Mosh” Factor

Written by Mike Hohnen on May 2, 2016

Masters of party metal Ever Time I Die have been whittling away at their 8th studio album lately. Today, the band took to Facebook to air a sample of the album, providing fans with a disclaimer that they can expect a dangerously high chance of bedroom moshing.

Coming it at a sudden 20 seconds, the clip doesn’t reveal too much. However, when synced to the visual bliss that is Hollywood’s own weird guy Steve Buscemi’s morning callisthenics routine, the impact is palpable. The as-yet-untitled full-length is clearly heading towards a brutal arrangement which will leave you gasping for air.

The teaser came with a stern PSA: “Warning: the new record has a dangerously high “bedroom mosh” factor, as Steve Buscemi demonstrates.”

Though there is no name or official release date locked in, long term fans of the band can sit patiently, knowing that much like their previous effort, 2014’s From Parts Unknown, this band just don’t have it in them to make a bad album.

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