Every Time I Die talk about new album

Every Time I Die recently begun recording their new album with producer Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SEPULTURA, POISON THE WELL) in Anaheim, California.

Frontman Keith Buckley recently spoke with U.K.’s Rock Sound magazine about how it’s all going:

"The new album is not yet done and we don’t know what it is called yet. We still have stuff to finish on the record when we get back from this U.K. tour [with GALLOWS] so we shall see about names then."

"I am really surprised at how it came out. I did not know that we had it in us to be this fast and heavy anymore. You listen to a lot of bands and you can pinpoint the exact time that the dudes decided they were too old for it and started going through the motions. We are not going through the motions on this record at all, it is a legit punk record."

The band last released ‘The Big Dirty‘ in 2007, and plans to release the new album at the end of 2009 via Epitaph.

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