An American metalcore institution, Every Time I Die emerged in the early 2000s with an uncompromising mix of hardcore punk and Southern rock-tinged alternative metal. The group built a loyal following, yet remained largely underground before inking a deal with Epitaph ahead of the release of their acclaimed fifth long-player, 2009's New Junk Aesthetic. Subsequent efforts like 2016's Low Teens and 2021's Radical saw the band continue to deliver quality working-class metalcore that's as introspective and inclusive as it is savage and unrelenting. Based out of Buffalo, New York, Every Time I Die formed in the winter of 1998. Spearheaded by brothers Keith (vocals) and Jordan Buckley (guitar), the founding lineup also included guitarist Andrew Williams, bassist John McCarthy, and drummer Michael "Ratboy" Novak. During their first ...
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