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Where to buy Every Time I Die merch as band splits after 24 years

Yasmine Leung January 18, 2022
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Members of metalcore band Every Time I Die (ETID) announced news of their split on their respective Instagrams on 17 January 2022, leaving fans heartbroken but not surprised – so where can they get merch now?

Andy Williams, Jordan Buckley, Steve Micciche and Clayton Holyoak broke the news of their break-up on social media in a joint statement.

Vocalist Keith Buckley was absent in the announcement after he declared he wanted to take a hiatus from the band, stating on Twitter: “Caring for my own mental health has taken priority over everything else in my life.”

He later levelled allegations at his former bandmates, one of whom is his brother. The rest of the band members refuted the allegations in their statement.

Announcing the official split, the remaining members of ETID wrote: “There has been no direct communication with Keith because it’s either impossible for direct communication with him solely or we’ve been cut off to any and all communication by him himself.”

Whatever the reasons for the split, the end of the band implies the end of merch releases, so let’s see where you can buy some lasting memories.

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Where to buy Every Time I Die merch

UK, EU and US fans can purchase official merchandise at Kings Road Merch, although there are fewer options for US customers – only their final Radical album ($11.99) and LP ($29.99) are available.

However, UK and EU fans can purchase several Radical bundles including varieties of the CD, hoodie, flag, and shirt. Bundles start from £39.83 and rise to £65.04.

US fans can also order merch through Tidathon – where there appear to be apparel designs that aren’t available in the UK/EU store, including hoodies for specific singles such as A Colossal Wreck.

If you want more of a statement piece, there are Radical denim jackets available in black and blue. They will set you back $300.

The vinyl for 2016 album Low Teens is also available for pre-order for £21.90.

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Yasmine is a third-year Anthropology and Media student at Goldsmiths University with a new obsession with League of Legends, despite being really bad. She's always on social media keeping on top of the latest news and trends and is HITC’s expert in Korean pop culture. She also loves music, TV and fashion - her favourite things to write about.