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From Wednesday 28 September 2016

Every Time I Die – ‘Low Teens’

It’s been a rollercoaster of a year for the Every Time I Die. The group from Buffalo had to cancel and re-schedule a handful of European shows as a result of the tragic Paris bombings, as well as brave a harsh winter that never left the low teens on the

Friday 23 September 2016

Every Time I Die unveil video for ‘It Remembers’

Every Time I Die have unveiled a video for their new single, ‘It Remembers’. The track features Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco fame, and is taken from their eighth studio album, ‘Low Teens’, which is available now via Epitaph. Every Time I Die will be heading back to

Thursday 25 August 2016

Every Time I Die premiere new song, ‘C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)’

Every Time I Die have premiered a lyric video for their roaring new song ‘C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)’ over at Billboard. The song recounts an intense and emotionally difficult situation involving frontman Keith Buckley’s pregnant wife in the ICU. It is taken from their upcoming new album, ‘Low

Monday 15 August 2016

Every Time I Die Announce Australian Tour with letlive. and Counterparts

Every Time I Die will tour Australia in early 2017, following a tour of the UK and Europe. The hardcore heavyweights will tour in support of the release of their upcoming album ‘Low Teens’ this September. Support comes from letlive., who will also be touring with Pierce The Veil later this

Wednesday 22 June 2016

LIVE: Bury Tomorrow / Every Time I Die / Landscapes @ Engine Rooms, Southampton

“It’s so fucking good to be home”. It’s been three years since Bury Tomorrow played a headline show in Southampton. This was a special night. A very busy room seemed to enjoy material from Landscapes new album ‘Modern Earth’, not quite as hard hitting as the other bands on the

Tuesday 21 June 2016

Every Time I Die announce new album and reveal new video

Following on from their London residency, Every Time I Die have unveiled the video for new track ‘The Coin Has A Say’, released to coincide with details of their forthcoming album, ‘Low Teens’. The title refers to this winter’s cold spell. “The whole winter, the temperature was in the

Sunday 19 June 2016

LIVE: Every Time I Die / Muck / Blood Youth @ Underworld, London

First on were baby-faced Yorkshire lads Blood Youth. Although they’ve already started making a few splashes here and there the room for their set was rather sparsely populated. Blood Youth are still a little rough around the edges, and some work needs to be done both on their recorded

Wednesday 25 November 2015

Our reaction to the first Slam Dunk 2016 announcement

This morning, Slam Dunk Festival orgnisers have confirmed Panic! At The Disco as their tenth anniversary headliners, joined by Of Mice & Men, New Found Glory, Four Year Strong and more. It’s a pretty solid announcement, as far as we are concerned. Although Panic! may raise some eyebrows, they’ve proven

Every Time I Die announce rescheduled UK dates

Having postponed their recent UK dates due to the Paris attacks, Every Time I Die have confirmed the rescheduled shows. The band will follow their recently announced appearance at Slam Dunk Festival at the end of May 2016 with their London takeover. They will play four different sets across four

Monday 16 November 2015

Every Time I Die cancel remaining EU/UK tour dates

Every Time I Die are the latest in a string of bands to cancel their UK and European appearances in light of the recent events in Paris. Taking to Facebook, the band announced that they will not be continuing with some of the scheduled dates, in order to spend time