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Every Time I Die in Winnipeg on Sept. 23

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Every Time I Die, (seen here, Keith  Buckley, left, and Jordan Buckly, right), will be coming to Winnipeg this September.

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Every Time I Die, (seen here, Keith Buckley, left, and Jordan Buckly, right), will be coming to Winnipeg this September.

Buffalo heavy metal band Every Time I Die will make their way to the Garrick Centre for a concert on Sept. 23.

The band is supporting a new album, From Parts Unknown, which hit store shelves on July 1. They are currently on the Vans Warped Tour 2014 series of shows across the United States.

Tickets, which sell for $25, go on sale for on Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly.com.

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