It was quite a weekend for Every Time I Die.

On Friday (Dec. 13), the group christened the first night of their 15th annual "'TID the Season" holiday festival in their hometown of Buffalo, New York. During the performance, the band debuted a new song called "Back Distance." Elsewhere in the show, another fresh ETID tune ("White Void") also appeared.

Presumably, both songs — which you can watch toward the bottom of this post — will find their place on an upcoming album from Every Time I Die. After all, the ninth-full length effort from the group is currently in the works. (As noted by Theprp, "White Void" first emerged in concert earlier this year.)

But that's not all; the past weekend also saw the band re-celebrating Every Time I Die Day on Sunday (Dec. 15). Last year around this time, the City of Buffalo officially declared Dec. 15, 2018, as the day known as ETIDD.

And if that's not enough, Every Time I Die guitarist Andy Williams also reminded this weekend's "'TID the Season" attendees of his recent All Elite Wrestling debut. As evidenced in the tweet below, the musician tossed fellow wrestler Orange Cassidy into the crowd.

Last month, Williams — as "The Butcher" — partnered with wrestler Jesse Guilmette (AKA "The Blade"). The resulting tag team, "The Butcher and the Blade," made their first TV appearance on AEW Dynamite.

ETID members' activities outside the group certainly seem to be expanding. In September, singer Keith Buckley revealed that he had become an ordained minister and was available to officiate weddings.

Every Time I Die, "Back Distance" (Live at ''TID the Season') - Dec. 13, 2019

Every Time I Die, "White Void" (Live at ''TID the Season') - Dec. 13, 2019

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