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Looks Like Every Time I Die And Letlive. Are Teaming Up For A 2017 Co-Headlining Tour (Updated)

UPDATE 15/08/16: Every Time I Die and Letlive. have confirmed their 2017 Australian co-headlining tour dates.

ORIGINAL STORY: Every Time I Die and Letlive. are joining forces for a handful of 2017 headlining dates on top of their previously announced appearances at Unify Gathering, according a leaked tour poster.

The poster in question was uploaded to Facebook by apparent support band and fellow Unify act Counterparts, who announced: “Returning to Australia in January with Every Time I Die and letlive!”

However, it seems like the Canadian hardcore act may have jumped the gun by unveiling the dates, because they deleted the post not long after.

Luckily though, we managed to pinch a sneaky screen grab:

According to the now-turfed post, the Unify trio are set to play seven shows across the country in Brisbane (2), Sydney, Melbourne (2), Adelaide and Perth next January, on top of their previously announced sets at the boutique heavy music extravaganza.

NYC metalcore five-piece Every Time I Die are touring in support of their eighth album Low Teens, which will be released next month. They were last in the country in 2015 for a massive headline tour that took them all across the country.

Letlive. on the other hand were last here for Soundwave 2014. Since then, they’ve released their fourth album If I’m the Devil… which cracked the top 20 here in Australia when it was released in June.

It’s a huge bill of artists which will no doubt satisfy fans outside of Victoria who can’t make it to Unify.

Earlier this week Unify headliners Alexisonfire also announced an Aussie headline tour, so it’s looking good for those sporting some serious FOMO.

While we wait to find out from promoters Destroy All Lines about whether the dates are 100% legit, you can catch the full lineup for Unify Gathering 2017 here.

Watch: Every Time I Die – The Coin Has A Say

Watch: Letlive – Good Mourning America

Watch: Counterparts – Collapse

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