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Buffalo, United States (1998 – present)

Every Time I Die is a five-piece band from Buffalo, New York, founded in the winter of 1998. Though popularly classified as , Every Time I Die’s sound also contains strong elements of , and . Beginning with a noisy, sound, subsequent releases increasingly added fat grooves and twin leads to the mix, with each album treading different ground. They are also acclaimed for Keith Buckley’s intelligent and often cryptic lyrics. The band have just released their sixth full-length “Ex Lives”, on Epitaph.

1999 - The Burial Plot Bidding War (EP)
2001 - Last Night in Town
2003 - Hot Damn!
2005 - Gutter Phenomenon
2007 - The Big Dirty
2009 - New Junk Aesthetic
2012 - Ex Lives

They have toured in support of a variety of bands, such as Bleeding Through and Between the Buried and Me in 2006, as well as Atreyu on the World Championship Tour (which also featured From First to Last and Chiodos). They were also featured on Sounds of the Underground 2007 alongside GWAR, Shadows Fall, Job for a Cowboy, Chimaira, Darkest Hour, The Devil Wears Prada, Amon Amarth, Heavy Heavy Low Low, and many more. More recently the band headlined a successful tour with The Chariot and The Fucking Hotlights, as well as toured in support of GWAR.

On October the 12th 2011, Josh Newton had announced to leave the band, but still remains with Keith playing bass in The Damned Things. Replacing his touring duties is a former bassist from 2001-2005, Stephen Miccichie.

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  • matheuzimsccp

    one of those rare bands where every new album is better than the previous +1

    7 hours ago Reply
  • gainfulwheat

    one of those rare bands where every new album is better than the previous

    Yesterday 11:09pm Reply
  • Distoma

    I didn't know John Christ plays guitar on Revival Mode. Goddamn.

    16 Mar 2:16pm Reply
  • irritated_trout

    new album being produced by kurt ballou :D

    4 Mar 8:57pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Hell yeah ETID on Warped. This lineup is looking fine by me.

    28 Feb 9:00pm Reply
  • Billargh

    How these guys were supporting A Day To Remember and were on before even Mallory fucking Knox last night I have no idea.

    13 Feb 6:41pm Reply
  • fnmrob123

    Guess they played a new song in Poland yesterday called "overstayer"

    4 Feb 7:35pm Reply
  • Hyp0crisy

    oh god please do not compare TGI to ETID...they are not even on the same planet. TGI has been absolute trash since Fury & The Fallen Ones.

    29 Jan 4:55pm Reply
  • EpidemiKKK

    @Verbal, I believe they can as well. But god damn Ex Lives will be hard to top. Kind of like The Ghost Inside though, they consistently release great albums and ETID are very consistent so we'll see. I just love Ex Lives so much that I can't picture how they could do anything better.

    23 Jan 6:10am Reply
  • EpidemiKKK

    Just release Ex Lives v2 and I'll be so fucking content.

    23 Jan 6:09am Reply
  • deadtarget

    что-то я не заметил схожести с chariot. как то скучно звучит, да и слушать желание отпадает сразу после пары песен

    22 Jan 3:12pm Reply
  • V1x4l

    Just found this new danish band, which i would like to share - if you like every time i die I'm sure you'll like it. The band is called EVRA and sounds to me like a fusion of maylene and the sons of disaster, cancer bats, every time i die and norma jean. Check 'em out.

    3 Jan 6:47am Reply
  • DwaynieAD

    Meet At Sundown has a new 6 songs out. lastfm is giving us trouble uploading but you can check it out on reverbnation if you wish

    27 Dec 2013 Reply
  • ACA1985

    setlists, videos, and photos from the show last night in Brooklyn!

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
  • matheuzimsccp


    18 Dec 2013 Reply

    I haven't enjoyed the last 2 albums as much as the first 4. However, they have always been and are still one of the most energetic and entertaining live performances I have seen.

    7 Dec 2013 Reply
  • SleepyDinosaur

    Pretty fucking wicked show last night in Cbus.

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Considerables

    All of their albums are just…fuckin A+.

    6 Nov 2013 Reply
  • VerbalImaginary

    @EpidemiKKK I wasn't too convinced that they could top New Junk Aesthetic. They really put their time into their records and I feel like they can do it.

    3 Nov 2013 Reply
  • AleksAeris

    Got to take a visit to norway soon!

    17 Oct 2013 Reply
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