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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.
A cadre of hard rock acts led by Opeth, Unearth, Poison The Well and Clutch are uniting for the inaugural Sounds of the Underground summer festival tour. The bill will hit the road in North America in late June and run through late July.
With organizers promising the addition of a notable headlining act, others already confirmed for the full tour are From Autumn To Ashes, Chimaira, Norma Jean, Every Time I Die, Strapping Young Lad, Throwdown, High On Fire, DevilDriver, All That Remains, A Life Once Lost and veteran horrorcore group Gwar, which will present a "halftime show."
Madball has been drafted for the eastern half of the tour, with Terror picking up on Western dates. Regional additions include the Red Chord (East Coast), Fear Before The March Of Flames (Midwest, Southeast) and Himsa (West).
"This tour will show the masses that real music is alive and well," Unearth's Trevor Phipps says. "The Sounds of the Underground will prove that you don't need 'pop-culture' to embrace your sound and way of life."
The tour is being produced by Face the Music Touring agent Tim Borror, Ferret label executive/artist manager Paul Conroy, Ferret label owner Carl Severson and artist manager Larry Mazer. The group has pledged to keep ticket prices below $30.
Dates for the trek have not yet been announced. The Sounds of the Underground Tour website will launch soon with full details.
The "Sounds of the Underground Tour" will rival Ozzfest and tickets will range from $20- $25. Bands include:
Lamb of God(main stage headliner)
Gwar (second stage headliner)
All That Remains
Poison the Well
Strapping Young Lad
A Life Once Lost
Every Time I Die
Terror / Madball (half of the tour each)
Having recently returned from dates in Japan, Every Time I Die are now at home finishing up the writing process for their new album, "Gutter Phenomenon." The band will enter the studio next month with producer Machine (Lamb Of God, Clutch) to record the effort, which should hit stores this fall.
A new song from Every Time I Die, entitled "Guitared And Feathered" has been posted online and can be heard by clicking here. The song is expected to be included on their upcoming new album, tentatively titled "Gutter Phenomenon". The album will be released later this year through Ferret Records.
The second song on the site, "Needle Man" is a new demo track from A Life Once Lost.
Roadrunner Records is releasing the long-awaited MTV2 Headbangers Ball Volume 2 Compilation this Tuesday. 40 tracks from 40 of the hottest acts in mainstream heavy metal and in the underground, for one low price. Who needs the radio, when you have this awesome play list to pop in the CD player. MTV has put up a full preview of the album, which you can access by clicking here
DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN hit the road again on a HOT TOPIC-sponsered Fall American tour with support provided by EVERY TIME I DIE, ZAO and MISERY SIGNALS. See all scheduled tour dates below.
U.S. Fall Tour w/ Every TIME I DIE, ZAO and MISERY SIGNALS supporting: More...
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN have announced their second headlining tour of 2004 in support of their new album, "Miss Machine".
Hot off the conclusion of their highly successful "F$#king With The Lights On" tour, DILLINGER will kick off a five week U.S. tour on September 29 in New Haven, CT. The tour is expected to conclude on November 4 in New York, NY with additional dates pending. Support on the Hot Topic-sponsored DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN tour will be provided by EVERY TIME I DIE, ZAO and MISERY SIGNALS.
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN Fall U.S. "Miss Machine" tour:
Sep. 30 - New Haven, CT @ Toad's Place
Oct. 03 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium
Oct. 04 - Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews
Oct. 05 - Chicago, IL @ The Metro / Smart Bar
Oct. 06 - Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre
Oct. 07 - St. Louis, MO @ Pops
Oct. 09 - Kalamazoo, MI @ Club Soda
Oct. 10 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
Oct. 12 - Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground
Oct. 13 - Denver, CO @ The Ogden
Oct. 15 - Seattle, WA @ Showbox
Oct. 17 - Portland, OR @ Meow Meow
Oct. 18 - San Francisco, CA @ Slim's
Oct. 19 - Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey
Oct. 20 - Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
Oct. 22 - Dallas, TX @ Trees
Oct. 24 - Houston, TX @ Meridian
Oct. 25 - Little Rock, AR @ Vinos
Oct. 26 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Oct. 28 - Orlando, FL @ House Of Blues
Oct. 29 - Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
Oct. 30 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
Oct. 31 - Pittsburgh, PA @ The World
Nov. 01 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Trocadero
Nov. 03 - Washington, DC @ Black Cat
Nov. 04 - New York, NY @ BB King's Blues Club
MTV2’s Headbanger’s Ball and Revolver magazine are teaming up to bring you the Best Metal Videos of the New Millennium (so far) picked by you. So put your pedal to the metal and vote for your favorite video here. Then, catch the two-hour premiere Saturday, August 21 at 10 PM during Headbanger’s Ball, on MTV2. Plus check out the final list in the October issue of Revolver.
Videos you can vote for: More...
Zao will head out to the UK next month and then end up back here on tour in October with The Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die and Misery Signals. Here are the Europe dates:
11/10 Karlsruhe GER Gotec
11/11 Munich GER Backstage (Feat. Nine Disfear)
11/12 Pisa ITA New Breed Club
11/13 Oberwart AUT Oho (Feat. Most Precious Blood)
11/14 Budapest HUN Kultiplex (Feat. Most Precious Blood)
11/15 Mezzago ITA Bloom
11/16 Will SWI Remise
11/17 Trier GER Exhaus
11/18 Arnhem NET Goudvishal
11/19 Berlin GER Kato
11/20 Copenhagen DEN Stengade 30
11/21 Wuppertal GER U-Club
11/22 Leuven BEL Sojo
11/23 Manchester UK Star And Garter
11/24 London UK The Metro
Unearth posted an update on the bands site regarding yesterday's Ozzfest no show.
"Hello Cyberspace. First of all we would want to apologize to all of you who went to the Ozzfest in Columbus, Ohio to see us. We could not make it due to bus problems. First a flat tire, then the brakes went out. So needless to say, it was a very exciting night. There will be a make up show. We promise. For all the rest of you that we are going to be seeing soon, make sure to check out www.ozzfest.com to see when we are going to be playing. Lamoyne, PA knows how to rock. The show last night with Everytime I Die at championship records has to have been tone of the hottest shows we have ever played. EVER!!! So thank you to all of you who stuck around to get sweaty with us. "
P.S. We will be playing at 9:55 AM at the Starwood Amphitheatre in Antioch, TN July 22, 2004 and at 10:20 at the Coors Amphitheatre in Englewood, CO July 24, 2004"
Every Time I Die share the bus with Unearth so one would assume they missed the fest as well.
The official website for Pigstock 10 has been updated, and is full of information regarding the 4-stage, multi-band festival that takes place on Friday, August 13 in Davenport, Iowa. Head to www.pigstock10.com to check it out.
Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley checks in with the following update on the band's official website:
"This is to clarify the rumors circulating on the world wide web concerning my [Keith Buckley] alleged arrest at the Ozzfest date in Virginia. While everything on the internet is usually valid and intelligent muckraking, I was NOT wearing fake boobs, but rather a "do-rag" given to me by the generous people of Jagermeister. I was NOT arrested, NOT fingerprinted, NOT read my rights, NOT detained for longer than a half hour and NOT sober. I was fined for disorderly conduct but released on my own recognizance. This marks the first time in history that a member of a band has been in trouble with the law as a result of alcohol. The lesson learned? Don't wear do-rags."
The tracklisting for the forthcoming Headbangers Ball Vol. II, which will be making it's way onto store shelves in late September: More...
So, after quite some time and many doubts I have finally decided to share my thoughts about this year's Ozzfest. Actually, it's my first time on this festival since I'm from Europe and I've only been living in U.S. for two years now. Please, do consider this as you read along :)
I got to the Tweeter Center around 10:15 in the morning. Being my first time there, I wasn't sure how the whole thing was gonna go. The first thing that looked very weird were all those people on the parking lot who had brought BBQs and coolers and were hanging out by their cars. Very American, I thought. More...
Our very own Gothique was at Ozzfest in Mansfield, Massachusetts at the the Tweeter Center on July 12 and sent a load of pictures from second stage of the show (hardly anyone is allowed to take pics of the main stage bands). Check em out over at the gallery page.
EVERY TIME I DIE will be hitting the road this October with Relapse artists DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, as well as ZAO and MISERY SIGNALS for a full fledged US tour. Dates, and venues are TBA.
Every Time I Die is out with the video to their new single 'The Logic of Crocodiles'. Watch it online at FerretStyle.com.
Ozzfest's ninth incarnation kicks off July 10 in Hartford, Connecticut and will find Ozzy Osbourne sharing the main stage with Judas Priest, reunited with longtime singer Rob Halford; Slayer; Norwegian black metal sextet Dimmu Borgir; Black Label Society; and Superjoint Ritual, fronted by Pantera's Phil Anselmo. Fans voting on www.ozzfest.com helped choose the second-stage bands, which include Slipknot (headline the second stage), Hatebreed, Lamb of God, Atreyu, Bleeding Through, Lacuna Coil, Every Time I Die and Unearth. Additional artists are expected to be announced later. (UPDATE: God Forbid is also listed on the official Ozzfest site)
Twenty-six cities are scheduled for the trek, which starts on the East Coast, heads west to California, then takes the southern route back to wrap up in West Palm Beach, Florida, on September 4. Tickets go on sale February 28.
Ozzfest tour dates, according to its publicists: More...
As I Lay Dying, Everytime I Die, The Black Dahlia Murder and Scarlet are set to tour together in March and April. Here are the dates:
March 23 - Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
March 24 - Detroit, MI @ Shelter at St. Andrews
March 25 - Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's Down Under
March 26 - Buffalo, NY @ The Continental
March 27 - Toronto, CA @ Club Rockit
March 28 - Montreal, CA @ Salle LX
March 30 - Providence, RI @ The Living Room
March 31 - New York, NY @ The Knitting Factory
April 1 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
April 2 - Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
April 3 - Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz
April 4 - Charlotte, NC @ The Casbah
April 5 - Atlanta, GA @ Echo Lounge
April 6 - St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
April 7 - Orlando, FL @ The Social
April 15 - West Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go-Go
April 19 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Albee Square
More dates to be announced soon.