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Editors’ Notes

Their fifth studio album finds this Buffalo, New York metalcore quintet sounding even harder, louder, tougher and sharper. After 30 seconds of howling and squealing guitar feedback, New Junk Aesthetic detonates with “Roman Holiday,” a mammoth opening song with gargantuan sludge-riffs, ham-fisted drumming, and frontman Keith Buckley destroying his vocal chords in the choruses where he screams, "Witches! Witches! Witches! Witches!” The band shifts gears on standout track “The Marvelous Slut,” a punch-throwing, punk-based, aural assault with heart attack rhythms that pound at breakneck speed and Buckley shrieking like his throat is going to explode. He connects with his inner hessian on “Wanderlust” this time singing the verses as though he’s been listening to a grip of early-‘70s stoner rock like Leafhound, Dust and Pentagram. The band’s vacuum-sealed tightness is best exemplified on “Organ Grinder,” an intricately arranged song with taut accuracy and guitar leads that are so mathematically complex that trying to nail it note-for-note on Guitar Hero could very well induce seizures.

Customer Reviews

BustAnut

A harrowing recollection of one man's night at a monster truck rally.

Solid album

Every Time I Die stays true to their southern rock roots while incorporating mathcore elements and dissonant sounds. They effectively evolve their sound while staying true to their roots, which makes it a successful album in my eyes. The Marvelous S**t is a great song, especially the change in rhythm in the middle of the song. Some other songs that stand out are Wanderlust, For the Record, White Smoke, Host Disorder, and The Sweet Life. The album is so agressive and fast that the songs tend to sound the same after the first listen, and just sound like random flailing. After listening enough to have a general feel for the progression of the songs their structure becomes more apparant. Awesome new album with a new take on their sound.

Greatest cd of all time ever in the history of music

etid is the greatest band to ever grace the earth. no band will ever come close to being as awesome as them. the riffs are so buttery. keith is amazing. alien vs child predator. yeah buy it. awesome.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Buffalo-based metalcore quintet 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 short tour of New York and Canada, the fledgling group befriended Goodfellow Records chief Chris Logan, who released their debut EP, The Burial Plot Bidding War, in 2000. Bassist Aaron Radaczyk replaced McCarthy prior...
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