The 10-year anniversary of the Every Time I Die tour documentary will be celebrated with a special screening and visit from two of the band members and director.
Directed by frequent band collaborator Doug Spangenburg, 2007's "Sh*T Happens" captured the Buffalo hardcore-heroes during their banner two-year period in the mid-2000s, kicked off by the release of the group's 2005 album "Gutter Phenomenon." The film features two-plus hours of live footage, behind-the-scenes stories revolving around some of ETID's best shows (including its annual Buffalo X Christmas shows), home videos and more.
The documentary will be shown at 7 p.m. Jan. 27 in Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.). Following the movie, ETID frontman Keith Buckley and guitarist Andy Williams will answer audience questions, while Spangenburg will speak about his experiences of filming the band over the years.
The screening will be a nice local kick-off as the band is prepping to get back on the road for its upcoming tour in support of its eighth studio album, 2016's well-received "Low Teens," at the beginning of February.
The event was originally scheduled for Dec. 28 and all tickets previously purchased will be honored for the new date. Tickets are still available for $5 to $10 (box office, Ticketfly or charge by phone at 893-2900). Further event details can be found here.