EVERY TIME I DIE Frontman Teams Up With HARLEY-DAVIDSON For Bike Run

In celebration of their forthcoming album, "New Junk Aesthetic" (out September 15), Buffalo's EVERY TIME I DIE wants you to "whip out your hog" and ride along with frontman Keith Buckley from Los Angeles to San Diego then from San Diego back up to Pomona on the "Easy Tigers In Denim" bike run on September 18.

ETID is asking fans with motorcycles to show up with to Epitaph Records' parking lot at 11:00 a.m. PT on Friday, September 18 on their motorcycle and join Keith as he hits the road on a Harley-Davidson Iron 883 TM motorcycle down to San Diego (about a two-plus-hour drive) for the band's show at SOMA. (Note: Taking part in the ride does not mean you get a free ticket to the concert) After the gig, ETID will be staying at a KOA in Chula Vista, about 20 miles outside of San Diego, and the following morning everyone will ride back up to Pomona.

Participating fans will have the opportunity to hang out with Keith and the band as well as be part of the video footage for the next ETID full-length DVD. Limited-edition "Easy Tigers In Denim" t-shirts will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

"Having an opportunity to travel through California the way God intended is something I've dreamt of doing ever since I was a teenager when I read Jack Kerouac and wrote awful poetry," says Keith Buckley. "Now with the help of Harley-Davidson, my band, Space Monkey Studios and hopefully a good amount of fellow riders looking to recapture the human spirit that was unforgivingly crushed beneath the weight of adult responsibilities, it's all actually happening. God bless America."

The bike run celebrates the release of ETID's fifth studio album, "New Junk Aesthetic", and upcoming U.S. tour with labelmates BRING ME THE HORIZON.


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