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Every Time I Die

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Latest Every Time I Die News

Below is our complete Every Time I Die news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Metal Bands React To Trump Presidency

Well, it looks like GWAR's election rigging and Anal Trump's political grindcore couldn't stop the Trump Train.

The rock and metal world have begun to react to the reality of President-Elect Donald Trump this morning, and as expected, it isn't pretty. While a few were ecstatic (I see you there Ted) and a few have been oddly silent (where is Dave Mustaine?), most of the response has been less than positive.

Below is a sampling of musicians across the genre spectrum expressing their thoughts at learning of who ended up winning the electoral college vote last night in the U.S.


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Every Time I Die Premieres New Song & Music Video

Every Time I Die premieres a new song and music video entitled "It Remembers" featuring a guest turn from Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco and taken from the upcoming new album "Low Teens". The new album is out in stores now through Epitaph Records.

Check out now "It Remembers" below.

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Every Time I Die Premieres New Song

Every Time I Die premieres a new song live entitled "I Didn’t Want To Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway", taken from the upcoming new album "Low Teens".The new album will be out in stores September 23rd through Epitaph.

Check out now "I Didn’t Want To Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway" below.

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Hundred Suns Premieres New Song "Bedburner"

Hundred Suns (Norma Jean, Ex-Every Time I Die) premieres a new song titled "Bedburner", taken from the band's upcoming debut full length album. The band features Norma Jean vocalist Cory Brandan, ex-Every Time I Die drummer Ryan "Legs" Leger and ex-Dead & Divine guitarist Chris LeMasters. "Bedburner" was released in celebration of the band achieving the halfway mark of its crowdfunding campaign.

Check out now "Bedburner" below.

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Every Time I Die Premieres New Song

Every Time I Die premieres a new song entitled "C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)", taken from the upcoming new album "Low Teens", which will be out in stores September 23rd through Epitaph.

Check out now "C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)" below.

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Every Time I Die Gears Up For Fall Tour

After a summer on the Vans Warped Tour, Every Time I Die today announces fall North American tour dates alongside Columbus metalcore band Beartooth.

Every Time I Die will be touring in support of upcoming eighth full-length album, "Low Teens," which is due out September 23rd via Epitaph. The tour will start October 2nd in Chicago, IL and wrap November 11th in Columbus, OH.

Also joining the tour will be Fit For A King and Old Wounds. Tickets go on sale starting Friday, August 15 at 10am local time. More...

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Every Time I Die Premieres New Live Video

Watch Every Time I Die perform "The Coin Has A Say" below live from Houston, Texas on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour. A September 23rd release date has been set for the band’s new album "Low Teens".


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Every Time I Die Premieres New Song Live

Every Time I Die premieres live footage of a new song apparently called "Petal/Pedal/Puddle" or "Puddle" (depending on who you ask), taken from the upcoming new album "The Coin Has A Say", which will be out in stores this summer. The clip was recorded during the band's live performance at the Underworld in London, England, June 01, 2016.

Check out now "Puddle" below.

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Whitechapel Joins Warped Tour

Currently putting the finishing touches on a forthcoming sixth full-length, Whitechapel has announced the band's appearance on this year's edition of Warped Tour, which runs from June 24th through August 13th. Joining the annual expedition will be Atreyu, Bullet For My Valentine, Every Time I Die, Motionless In White, and many more.

Prior to their Warped Tour takeover, Whitechapel will conclude a campaign for latest album, "Our Endless War," with a U.S. headlining trek with support provided by Fit For A King, The Plot In You, and Enterprise Earth.

See below for all confirmed dates.

Whitechapel w/ Fit For A King, The Plot In You, Enterprise Earth:
5/04/2016 Georfe's Majestic Lounge - Fayetteville, AR
5/05/2016 The Outland Ballroom - Springfield, MO
5/06/2016 89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City, OK
5/07/2016 Jakes Sports Cafe - Lubbock, TX
5/08/2016 Rock Island - Wichita, KS
5/10/2016 Lefty's Live Music - Des Moines, IA
5/11/2016 Gabe's - Iowa City, IA
5/12/2016 The Stache - Grand Rapids, MI
5/13/2016 Basement Transmissions - Erie, PA
5/14/2016 Reverb Concerts - Reading, PA
5/15/2016 Cafe 611 - Frederick, MD
5/17/2016 Higher Ground South - Burlington, VT
5/18/2016 Upstate Concert Hall - Clifton Park, NY
5/19/2016 The Canal Club - Richmond, VA
5/20/2016 The Blind Tiger - Greensboro, NC
5/21/2016 New Brookland Tavern - Columbia, SC
5/22/2016 Ziggy's by the Sea - Wilmington, NC More...

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Wage War Premieres New Song "Youngblood"

Ocala, FL's metalcore outfit Wage War premieres a new song entitled "Youngblood", taken from the upcoming new album "Blueprints", which will be out in stores November 27th via Fearless Records.

Check out now "Youngblood" below.

Wage War will hit the road this winter with label mates August Burns Red, Every Time I Die and Stick To Your Guns. Check out all dates below: More...

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August Burns Red Premieres New Music Video

August Burns Red premieres its music video for "Ghosts", taken from the band's new album "Found In Far Away Places", out in stores via Fearless Records.

Check it out now below.

The clip is shedding light on the homeless and their struggles. Explains guitarist Brent Rambler: More...

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Every Time I Die Headlining Common Vision Tour

Every Time I Die has announced plans to headline the second annual Common Vision Tour this summer.

The band will be joined by Real Friends, Counterparts, Gnarwolves, Brigades, and Gatherers. The tour will start July 23rd in Richmond, VA and wrap up August 22nd in Poughkeepsie, NY. Nick “Biggie” Grimaldi, tour producer for the Common Vision Tour, states:

“When we created the Common Vision Tour in 2014, it was to bring credible bands together on a sonically mixed bill with one common denominator: great music. Now in our second year, I think we have exceeded that goal. Being an iconic band that's paving the way for so many of their peers with their music, attitude and ethics; Every Time I Die seemed like the perfect headliner for the tour. With an amazing mix of genres under them: Real Friends, Counterparts, Gnarwolves, Brigades and Gatherers; this tour has something for everyone. I’m extremely excited and proud of this tour and cannot wait for it to kick off this Summer!”

Every Time I Die’s frontman Keith Buckley adds: “With so many multi-band tours covering so much ground these next few Summer months, it was important for us to be a part of something that would not only excite us but be able to satisfy a wide range of musical tastes. Common Vision is a perfect fit and we're honored to be headlining. Playing after so many incredible bands will be difficult, but Every Time I Die loves a challenge and if you don't believe me just imagine how hard it was for Andy Williams to slip into that speedo in the new black video all those years ago.”

Buffalo hardcore band Every Time I Die is Keith Buckley (vocals), Jordan Buckley (guitar), Andy Williams (guitar), and Stephen Micciche (bass). The band is touring in support of seventh album "From Parts Unknown." More...

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Every Time I Die To Stream Tonight's Show

Every Time I Die and The Ghost Inside have teamed up with Live Nation and Yahoo to live stream their concert tonight (December 8th) from Grand Rapids, MI. This is one of 365 concerts to stream over a 12-month period on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen.

Fans can tune in tonight at 8:55pm ET over here to catch the show. Remaining dates on the tour are as follows:

12/8 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
12/9 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall
12/11 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
12/12 New York, NY Webster Hall
12/13 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
12/14 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
12/15 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Soundstage
12/16 Millvale, PA Mr. Smalls Theatre
12/17 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
12/18 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom

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Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, Episode 40

This week on the MetalUnderground.com Official Podcast, we bring you yet another band hailing from Dayton, Ohio. This time it’s Four Star Revival, a four-piece Christian outfit dedicated to spreading the Good News not through screamo/hardcore - as has become inexplicably and irritatingly custom - but through an invigorating blend of hard rock, traditional and power metal.

Debut album “Knights Of The Revival” is out now, and we are proud to present and discuss the song “Hold On,” followed by an airing of “Red” at our sign-off.

Co-host Kevin Perez (n0thinghead) has another ticket giveaway for Fort Lauderdale’s Revolution Live to announce, so tune in to hear the details. He also is eager to report on his experience at last month’s giveaway concert featuring The Ghost Inside, Every Time I Die, and Architects.

Co-host Mike Smith (OverkillExposure) reacts to the recent implosion of Megadeth’s lineup that saw drummer Shawn Drover and guitarist Chris Broderick unceremoniously exit the band. He also has a few thoughts to express regarding the online reaction to the widely-publicized financial woes of former Creed frontman Scott Stapp.

And before you start hollering, for the record, NO, he does not think Creed was a “metal” band. To learn why he thinks this topic belongs in the discussion… you’ll just have to listen in!

You can do so here, and subscribe via iTunes and RSS feed.

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Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, Episode 37

We’re still accepting submissions for our ticket giveaway contests through Fort Lauderdale’s Revolution Live this month - for Attila (supported by Crown The Empire and Like Moths To Flame) next Friday, November 14th, and for The Ghost Inside (supported by Every Time I Die and Architects) on Sunday, November 30th. If interested, submit your full name (matching your ID) to podcast@metalunderground.com, with one of the headlining bands in the subject line.

This week, we showcase the songs “Left For Dead” and “3 Ring” by Louisville, KY rapcore outfit Corprit Convict, which co-hosts Kevin Perez (n0thinghead) and Mike Smith (OverkillExposure) chalk up to a politically charged, raw, low-budget incarnation of Otep. Then Mike plugs the new album “As The World Burns” from Pitch Black Forecast, an underground side project of vocalist Jason “J-Mann” Popson (Mushroomhead) and drummer Gene Hoglan (Testament, etc.). The album contains guest appearances from Devin Townsend, Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God), and M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), and is out now on Ferocious Records.

The big news of the week is, of course, the untimely death of industrial metal entertainer Wayne Static (ex-Static-X) last Saturday, November 1st. Stay tuned for a full round of discussion not only on the circumstances of Static’s passing, but on his career and musical legacy as well.

Listen in here, enjoy, and subscribe via iTunes and RSS feed.

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Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, Episode 36

In addition to the upcoming Attila show at Fort Lauderdale’s Revolution Live on Friday, November 14th (supported by Crown The Empire and Like Moths To Flames), we at the MetalUnderground.com Official Podcast are now staging another ticket giveaway contest through the same venue: The Ghost Inside (supported by Every Time I Die and Architects) on Sunday, November 30th. If interested, submit your full name matching your ID to podcast@metalunderground.com with one of the headlining bands in the subject line.

This week, we’re proud to present music from Boston, Massachusetts all-purpose metal act Skull Hammer, a formidable “power trio” that incorporates all forms of classic metal from hard rock to power metal, from speed metal to thrash. The band released the EP “Fear The Truth” in 2008 and the full-length “Pay It In Blood” in 2010, and are currently preparing a second album.

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Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, Episode 35

In addition to the upcoming Attila show at Fort Lauderdale’s Revolution Live on Friday, November 14th (supported by Crown The Empire and Like Moths To Flames), we at the MetalUnderground.com Official Podcast are now staging another ticket giveaway contest through the same venue: The Ghost Inside (supported by Every Time I Die and Architects) on Sunday, November 30th. If interested, submit your full name matching your ID to podcast@metalunderground.com with one of the headlining bands in the subject line.

We launch this week’s episode with the song “These Empty Skies” from Keychain, a melodic hard rock five-piece based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The band formed in Novi Sad, Serbia, in 2009 covering songs by Godsmack, Shinedown, and (hold your tongue) Nickelback. After a disbandment and reformation, Keychain is currently working on a full-length original studio album.

Then co-host Mike Smith (OverkillExposure) reports on his adventures this week on the road. He joined members of Lynchburg, Virginia metallers Mourn The Illusion on a whirlwind trek through North Carolina, starting with a headlining show by Italy’s Lacuna Coil at Greensboro’s Greene Street Club and a lively interview with the warm and lovely Cristina Scabbia (vocals). The following day came a jaunt over to Tremont Music Hall in Charlotte, an intimate, underground, sparsely promoted show, and a “special evening with” Soulfly and the entire Cavalera Tribe. Stay tuned for Mike’s rundown of events.

Finally - and you knew we couldn’t leave this one alone - Mike and co-host Kevin Perez (n0thinghead) serve up the in-depth review and analysis you’ve been anticipating (or dreading) for months: Slipknot’s upcoming fifth full-length “.5: The Gray Chapter.” While reactions on at least one of our parts are a tad early, and a patented opinion might require a few more listens, we nonetheless do our enthusiastic best to describe in thorough detail the essence of this fascinating and rather unpredictable work of metal (and yes, Slipknot IS metal).

Listen in here, subscribe via iTunes or RSS feed, and enjoy! And not to worry - after today, we’re finished with Slipknot for the foreseeable future. Perhaps.

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Every Time I Die Announces New Tour Dates

After the Vans Warped Tour, Every Time I Die & The Ghost Inside are joining forces for a co-headlining run this Fall.

The tour will start November 11th in Las Vegas, NV and wraps up December 18th in Buffalo, NY. Also joining the tour will be fellow label mates Architects (UK), melodic hardcore band Hundredth, and Backtrack.

Every Time I Die will be touring in support of latest release "From Parts Unknown," which dropped July 1st via Epitaph Records and can be heard below. More...

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Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, Episode 22

This week on the Metalunderground.com Official Podcast, co-host Mike Smith (OverkillExposure) returns after a jaunt in Europe, where he helped cover the celebrated Tuska Open Air Metal Festival in Helsinki, Finland.

A series of full-length articles are on the way, but for now, Mike shares a handful of impressions, recollections, and opinions. This year's Tuska featured numerous heavy hitters, including Dimmu Borgir, Anthrax, Emperor, Children Of Bodom, Carcass, Satyricon, and Insomnium. Check out Mike's initial breakdown of the experience, and learn which performances impressed (or surprised) him most.

Then it's on to a new review by co-host Kevin Perez (n0thinghead), this time of "From Parts Unknown" by eclectic Buffalo, New York noisemakers Every Time I Die. He's not yet sure how this varied release stacks up against his personal favorite, 2012's "Ex Lives," but is quick to assure you it brings plenty of thrills.

Finally, Kevin and Mike react to the recently announced Knotfest lineup - a thorough blend of mainstream and underground, old school and new - and the ill-advised kidnapping hoax by Texas deathcore band Upon A Burning Body, a publicity stunt that backfired spectacularly.

Listen in here, enjoy, and offer us your feedback. You can subscribe via iTunes or RSS.

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Every Time I Die Streaming Full Album

Every Time I Die is set to drop new album "From Parts Unknown" this coming July 1st via Epitaph Records.

Today the label has made the entire album available online for streaming via a YouTube palylist. Listen to the full release below. You can also check out the band's music video for "Decaying' With The Boys" here. The album's track listing is as follows:

01. The Great Secret
02. Pelican Of The Desert
03. Decayin' With The Boys
04. Overstayer
05. If There Is Room To Move, Things Move
06. Moor
07. Exometrium
08. Thirst
09. Old Light
10. All Structures Are Unstable
11. El Dorado
12. Idiot More...

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