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It’s that time of year I guess, right? A whole heap of major bands seem to be announcing tours for the first three months of the new year, and North America as always is getting a pretty choice cut. You’ve already got the Meshuggah/Animals As Leaders/Intronaut one and the Coheed and Cambria/Between the Buried and Me/Russian Circles one, and now it’s the turn of metalcore giants Every Time I Die to announce one fo the same period.

As it stands, they’ll start it in February of next year, and will be taking Connecticutians The Acacia Strain, Bostonian post-hardocre band Vanna, Mediaskare’s Hundredth and well-established hardcore band No Bragging Rights along for the six week trek. That leaves only a month off for the band, who are currently touring on the Disinformasiya-dubbed “damn you America and your awesome lineups” run with The Chariot, letlive. and Kills And Thrills, which runs until Christmas, finishing with a special show with Title Fight in their hometown of Buffalo, NY.

We’ll be adding the dates to the events calendar this evening, where you can also find the remaining dates of that second tour - which tonight stops at the New Brookland Tavern in West Columbia. Unfortunately, letlive have just anounced via Facebook that they’ve had to drop off the tour for as-yet unknown reasons (although we’d hazard family reasons – which can never be avoided), but they have promised to return to the affected areas as soon as possible.