An Interview with Every Time I Die: Finding A Common Vision

For a group that has been around the block as long as Every Time I Die, genres mean no boundaries, especially within a live concert setting. Currently, the seminal Buffalo, New York-based metalcore act is headlining the Pure Noise Records-sponsored Common Vision Tour, which also features the likes of Real …

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Every Time I Die: Turning On The Lights

For anyone who is a fan of the metal/hardcore scene, Every Time I Die will appear as a household name for you. Selling hundreds of thousands of records, touring the world, and pretty much having their band name on a t-shirt I see at least once a week, I think …

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Every Time I Die: Ex Lives

It is difficult to pinpoint exactly what it is about Every Time I Die that makes them as enjoyable of a listen as they are. Ex Lives is the sixth released full-length album by these remarkable gentlemen from Buffalo, NY. The new record screams out that, yet again, ETID are …

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Every Time I Die: New Jack Swing On My Junk Aesthetic: Interview with Keith Buckley

Every Time I Die songs embody a mindful chaos that seems to only reveal their organization after they’re finished. Such is a talk with Keith Buckley about said songs.

A week before the band’s tour started, I rang the hardcore crooner in the middle of a trio of phone interviews …

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Sounds Of The Underground @ Starland Ballroom

SAYREVILLE, NJ—For a metal festival, this year’s Sound Of The Underground wasn’t half bad (that being said with a pinch of salt because it was about five billion degrees, and the one band I went to see, Heavy Heavy Low Low, didn’t perform; more on that later). With a band …

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