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Beloved hardcore heroes Every Time I Die have entered the studio in their hometown of Buffalo, NY to record a new album with Will Putney.
In the two years since the release of From Parts Unknown, the members of Every Time I Die have been hugely active by touring relentlessly across the US and throughout Europe and the UK. Additionally, the time in between saw the individual talents of the members of Every Time I Die come into play. Vocalist and lyricist Keith Buckley released his first novel, Scale in 2015. Guitarist Andy Williams made his pro wrestling debut and is a member of the tag-team Pythons. Meanwhile, guitarist Jordan Buckley was announced as the official designer for all Vans Warped Tour 2016 art. Seemingly the band has so much creative output that it cannot be contained in a single project. But nothing is quite like a new Every Time I Die album.
Keith Buckley states:
“You would think that by now the studio process is pretty familiar to us, but in just the first week Will has taught us things about ourselves that make it feel as if we’ve never even stepped foot in one. He has stripped our music down to the bolts and laid everything out on display and only now that we’re able to see how each part functions can we fix it, shine it and put it back together into a machine that runs better than it ever has. This album will be our 1974 Ford Falcon XB Interceptor. Get the fuck out of the way.”
Every Time I Die have never been a typical hardcore act. The band have been forging their own musical and ideological path via their distinctive brand of aggressive music and unstoppable live shows. Those who have caught a show understand the powers of Keith Buckley (lyrics, vocals), Andy Williams (guitar), Jordan Buckley (guitar), Daniel Davison (drums) and Steve Micciche (bass) onstage. Each performer is wildly different from the other, making each show experience truly unique. While entering their 18th year as a band, Every Time I Die continues to push the hardcore paradigm. With 7 albums under their belt, including Last Night in Town (2009), Hot Damn! (2003), Gutter Phenomenon (2005), The Big Dirty (2007), New Junk Aesthetic (2009), Ex Lives (2012), and From Parts Unknown (2014), Every Time I Die continue to push themselves further into brighter territory as a legendary band.
Stay tuned for more information regarding new music and a special tour announcement from Every Time I Die.
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