The press release also reveals that tour dates are imminent.
"We’ll definitely be on stage asap as possible."
Can we all just agree to stop "OH YOU ARE WEARING A BAND SHIRT - SHOW YOUR CRED BY NAMING THREE SONGS" and any equivalent please? It's 2022 and it's real dumb. And frankly, if you are mansplaining to literally COURTNEY LAPLANTE, the literal QUEEN of metalcore: far out, buddy, I don't know what to tell you, but you messed up.
"The first time we ever saw a kangaroo in real life it was in the middle of a seizure and it died on the spot."
"I’m proud of every release prior to ‘Low Teens’. If you always want to check out what the best is from ETID, always pick up the newest record."
Everything that Beartooth is trying to be.
There isn’t a bad word to say about Every Time I Die. Throughout their career, fans, critics and peers alike have unanimously praised the band’s output. With new studio album, ‘From Parts Unknown’ dropping this week via Epitaph, we caught up with the group’s ever-affable frontman Keith Buckley to talk about the record, tweeting and plans for a return to Australia.
A bold and punishing seventh effort from the hardcore veterans.
They're one of the good guys in the heavy music scene. Fun, no-nonsense and always up for the occasion, Every Time I Die return to our shores this October for an anticipated headline tour. Killyourstereo.com sits down with guitarist Andy Williams to talk about the upcoming shows, elaborate pro wrestling personas and Dr Pepper ads.
Every Time I Die are one of the good guys in the heavy music scene. A great sound to go with an equally great attitude. With ‘Ex Lives’ now eight months into the listener’s psyche, the Buffalo heavy-hitters are gearing up to return to Australia for January’s Big Day Out. KYS recently caught up with frontman Keith Buckley to discuss music, Larry David moments and how they want to play at your party.
"I want to be dead with my friends" screams Keith Buckley to open up the new Every Time I Die record 'Ex-Lives,' the band's sixth in what has become a long running, successful career. This sentence suits the front man who has led his band through a relentless touring and partying schedule, building their ever-growing fan base the old fashioned way, by being one with the people and being good, down-to-earth dudes. Kill Your Stereo had a chat with Buckley about the new record and anything else that popped up...
You've got to love when the output matches the hype.
Those crazy party animals in Every Time I Die will hit Australian shores once again next week as part of the national 2010 Boys Of Summer Tour. We caught up with bass player Josh Newton to talk about their new album, the bus crash that almost killed them and President Obama calling Kanye West a jackass.
Crank up the stereo and crack open the beers.
Every Time I Die have just released their latest offering 'New Junk Aesthetic', and we caught up with professional funnyman/vocalist Keith Buckley to chat about UFO's, Brokencye and "sucking eggs".
Full time front man/funny man Keith Buckley, of Buffalo bruisers Every Time I Die, caught up to talk about beards, circle pits and bands that suck so bad they make your stomach churn.
According to the band, this is the greatest album of all time…