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Buffalo's Every Time I Die is one of more than 50 bands slated to perform during the final cross-country run of the Vans Warped Tour, which returns to the Darien Lake Amphitheater grounds for a show on July 25. Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman previously announced that this is the final full run of the event, now in its 24th season. However, there is talk of some type of…

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Every Time I Die is once again returning home for the holiday season. With its recent home base venue of Waiting Room closed, the local hardcore heroes' long-running Christmas party, this year titled 'TID The Season, will head down to the waterfront to take over Buffalo RiverWorks (359 Ganson St.) at 1 p.m. Dec. 16. A new venue isn't the only change the must-see …

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The Harmonites, 10 p.m. Aug. 17, McGarret's (946 Elmwood Ave.), $5 Outside of some special events, live music is becoming more of a rarity at the Bidwell Park watering hole these days. Enter the Harmonites, a quartet of improv musicians ready to dust off the the bar's tucked in rear "stage." Consisting of members of Antibalas, Sonny Baker Band and Lazlo Hollyfeld (th…

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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…

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It wouldn't be summer without the Vans Warped Tour. The multistage music extravaganza is returning to the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center for a show on July 14. New Found Glory, Less Than Jake, Yellowcard, Tonight Alive and We the Kings are among the fan favorites who will be back as part of 22nd edition of the tour. Also on the bill are Sleeping With Sirens, Four Year…

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Barrier Brewing Tap Takeover 5 p.m. Dec. 20 Allen Burger Venture 175 Allen St., Buffalo (786-0386) Sunday night, Buffalo will get to sample beers from a brewery located on the other side of the state. Allen Burger Venture (ABV) will be hosting Long Island-based Barrier Brewing Company for a tap takeover. This event will serve as a pre-party for Buffalo based metalcore ban…

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Keith Buckley, vocalist with Buffalo-born hardcore outfit Every Time I Die, has been tapped to co-write a digital sketch for Comedy Central. According to LambGoat.com, the ETID frontman will be working with writer Rob Fee (“The Ellen DeGeneres Show”) and director Brandon Dermer on a series of digital one-offs for the comedy network. No word yet on when the digital sketches…

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Are you a ’90s nostalgic itching to hear some Harvey Danger, Everclear or Lit? Well then, Duke’s Bohemian Grove Bar (253 Allen St.) has you covered Friday night as Buffalo’s premier alternative cover band, Soul Patch, returns to the Allentown venue, site of the act’s first show a few years back.The five piece includes Keith Buckley and Steve Micciche of local hardcore hero…

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Every Time I Die is as essential to the season as snow, holiday lights, and coffee with Bailey’s by the fire. The Buffalo-born metal-core trailblazers – brothers Keith and Jordan Buckley, Andy Williams, Stephen Micciche, and Ryan Leger – have returned home every Christmas season for the past ten years to throw a hardcore holiday bacchanal in the city that gave their partic…

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MetalcoreEvery Time I DieFrom Parts Unknown[Epitaph]∆∆∆ø“At a time when a lot of bands are going for a more crowd-friendly sound, we wanted to go in the opposite direction,” said Keith Buckley of Buffalo’s Every Time I Die in the official bio for the band’s seventh album, “From Parts Unknown.” “Inst…

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“At a time when a lot of bands are going for a more crowd-friendly sound, we wanted to go in the opposite direction,” said Keith Buckley of Buffalo’s Every Time I Die in the official bio for the band’s seventh album, “From Parts Unknown.” “Instead of making something that the kids can sing along to, we wanted to make music that scares them.” Mission accomplished. “From Pa…

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BY KRIS KIELICHSpecial to The NewsOnly a few bands from Buffalo have made as big an impact in music as Every Time I Die. The band, founded by brothers Keith and Jordan Buckley, took a traditional hardcore foundation and mixed it with a tinge of Southern rock that caused ripples in the underground music scene and put ETID on the map.The group’s sharp and poetic lyric…