Posts Tagged ‘Every Time I Die’

LIVE: Download Festival 2017 – Saturday

Date: June 10th 2017
Venue: Donington Park, Donington
Website: www.downloadfestival.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/downloadfest
Twitter: www.twitter.com/downloadfest

It goes without saying now that Download Festival is one of the most renowned and prestigious rock festivals in the whole world. A performance there, especially a debut, sets a notable milestone in any band or artist’s career, and year after year manages to cater for almost any fan of rock, punk, or metal.

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NEWS: Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die) exits tour; band perform with fill-in vocalists at Hellfest 2017!

Unfortunately, whilst Buffalo’s Every Time I Die are currently underway on a tour across both the UK and Europe to promote their eight full-length album, ‘Low Teens’, vocalist Keith Buckley has been forced to step down from the remaining dates of the run.

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VIDEO: Every Time I Die – Map Change

Having teased it through cryptic trailers on Twitter up until now, Buffalo-based outfit Every Time I Die have released a video for their new track ‘Map Change’ – a bleak vision of middle America.

The track is taken off their eighth studio album ‘Low Teens’ which was released last year through Epitaph Records.

Check out the video below:

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FEATURE: 50 albums that turn 10 in 2017!

A decade is, especially in the music world, quite a long time, even if it does seem to just flash by and feel like just a month. Ten years ago, back in 2007, things were very different; MySpace was still the kingpin of social media, Bring Me The Horizon were dodging bottles whilst supporting Killswitch Engage night after night, and Give It A Name and Taste Of Chaos were still a thing.

Along with all the nostalgic memories, 2007 was also host to a plethora of great records, some being the first major step for a lot of bands towards the lofty heights of their career that they’re revelling in today.

Of course there are hundreds, but we filtered together 50 great albums that turn 10-years-old this year to remember those modern classics.

NOTE: These albums may bring intense levels and high frequencies of smiles, jumping, involuntary head nodding/banging and limb movements, and uncontrollable happiness.

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VIDEO: Every Time I Die – I Didn’t Want To Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway

Buffalo’s own Every Time I Die decided to take a bit more of an unconventional route in terms of video production for the visuals to accompany their song ‘I Didn’t Want To Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway’, which comes from their latest full-length effort, ‘Low Teens’.

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TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2016!

It’s been unquestionable that 2016 has been, if we’re going to put it very mildly, a whirlwind of a year across several areas of the world. What’s also just as unquestionable is how fantastic of a year it has been for new music and releases, with newborn classic after newborn classic hitting our inboxes and our ears far more often than we’re used to, and we’ve been absolutely loving it.

Consequently, it’s been pretty tough to pull our brains together, split the opinions, define our true loves and hates, but we’ve done it. So, here we have what we collectively feel have been the top 10 best albums to have come out across the past 12 months. If you haven’t heard any of these yet, get that sorted out. Immediately.

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FEATURE: How the music scene responded to Donald Trump becoming the US president!

By now, pretty much everyone in the world is aware of the outcome from last night’s US presidential election day, seeing perhaps one of the most visceral and venomous campaigns seen in the history of US politics. Even most of those who had voted for winner Donald Trump to become the country’s 45th president had been surprised (those voting for Trump pleasantly so, of course) by the result, especially seeing as though the candidate has pretty much no political experience until he ran for office.

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NEWS: First bands confirmed for Download Festival 2017!

Though we’ve waited a little bit longer than usual to get that first Download Festival announcement, it’s finally here. The festival organisers have now confirmed that System Of A Down, Biffy Clyro, and Aerosmith will headline the main stage at the 2017 edition of the rock and metal weekender.

You can check out an official poster and list of all of the bands announced for the festival so far below:

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VIDEO: Every Time I Die – It Remembers (feat. Brendon Urie)

They dropped their eighth studio album ‘Low Teens’ today, and along with that Buffalo’s own Every Time I Die have now debuted a video to accompany ‘It Remembers’, the latest slab from the full-length effort, which features a certainly unexpected guest vocal featured spot from Panic! At The Disco‘s own Brendon Urie.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘It Remembers’ below:

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ALBUM: Every Time I Die – Low Teens

Release Date: September 23rd 2016
Label: Epitaph Records
Website: www.everytimeidie.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/everytimeidie
Twitter: www.twitter.com/everytimeidie

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Back in the spring of 2005, System Of A Down released ‘Mesmerize’, and six months later ‘Hypnotize’ hit the shelves. The two LPs served as two halves of a double album; one that displayed their progression as artists, and solidified the band’s status as one of the best metal acts on the planet. Now, in 2016, Every Time I Die have done the same with ‘Low Teens’, a double album disguised as a single entity that proves once and for all that this New York, five-headed-wildebeest can do no wrong.

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