Every Time I Die will be performing Monday night here in El Paso and fans might be wondering what songs they can expect. At the beginning of November, Every Time I Die kicked off their North American Fall tour in Columbus, Ohio in support of their new album "Radical" which dropped in last month. The band has performed just a handful of dates so far on the tour but we're already hearing from previous tour spots about what we can expect from the band when they come to the Sun City.

According to the MXDWN website, fans are in for a special treat as Every Time I Die will have '68 vocalist Josh Scogin join them on stage for a song. Scogin is featured on the song "All This And War" off Every Time I Die's new album. Lucky for fans in El Paso, '68 is scheduled to stay on for the entire tour so there is a good chance we will be able to see the collaboration live here as well.

For fans wondering what songs the band have been performing on their tour stops, here's the setlist according to the setlist.fm website:

  1. Dark Distance
  2. Floater
  3. Bored Stiff
  4. Planet Shit
  5. We'rewolf
  6. Glitches
  7. AWOL
  8. Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space
  9. Post-Boredom
  10. Sly
  11. Decayin' With the Boys
  12. Ebolarama
  13. Buffalo 666
  14. Romeo a Go-Go
  15. Thirst
  16. The Marvelous Slut
  17. Apocalypse Now and Then
  18. It Remembers
  19. The Coin Has a Say
  20. White Void
  21. Map Change
  22. All This and War
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This concert was originally set up for the outdoor Lowbrow Palace but has now been moved to indoor Raves Club at 6816 Commerce Avenue in El Paso. The concert is this coming Monday, November 15th and tickets for the show are $25 plus service fees and can be purchased at the See Tickets website. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Find out more information on the Facebook event page. Support for this show is 'from 68 + Candy.

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