WATCH: Security Fights With Fans At Every Time I Die’s Holiday Show

Every Time I Die

Christmas is looking a little black and blue this year following yet another caught-on-tape example of security going too far during a rock concert.

Last night, Buffalo, New York played host to Every Time I Die’s annual holiday show. As always, the show was packed and fans were losing their minds as soon as Every Time I Die hit the stage, but no one could see what would happen next.

Shortly after finishing “We’rewolf,” Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley invited fans onstage to join the group before they kicked off their encore, “Floater.” Apparently, there was a miscommunication amongst the venue’s security and multiple guards began rushing the stage to stop fans anxiously rushing for a chance to meet their idols. Things quickly went from bad to worse and as always, someone caught the entire incident on video.

You can view the fight(s) past the jump. Given ETID’s amazing stage show, UTG highly recommends watching the full clip, but those looking for the scuffle will want to fast forward to the three minute mark.

Every Time I Die are scheduled to release a new studio album in 2012. Stay tuned for updates.

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