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Every Time I Die Finish Recording New Album

by Zack Zarrillo - Mar 28, 2014

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Every Time I Die have finished recording their new album with Kurt Ballou of Converge. Check out a tweet from the band below after the jump.

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Every Time I Die Tap Brian Fallon (TGA) For Guest Vocal Spot

by Zack Zarrillo - Mar 25, 2014

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Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem will have a new guest vocal part on Every Time I Die's upcoming record. Check out a post from Gaslight below after the jump.

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Every Time I Die Enters The Studio With Kurt Ballou

by Zack Zarrillo - Mar 3, 2014

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Every Time I Die have begun recording their new album with Kurt Ballou of Converge. You can read a message from frontman Keith Buckley below after the jump.

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Warped Tour Announces Next Five Bands

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 26, 2014

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The twelfth set of bands for the 2014 Vans Warped Tour have been announced via Fuse’s Warped Roadies. You can check out the lineup so far below after the jump and be sure to reblog the post with your thoughts so far!

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letlive. Launch Renditions; Keith Buckley Guests On “27 Club”

by Zack Zarrillo - Jan 23, 2014

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letlive. are launching Renditions, which features old songs from the band with guest vocalists. Keith Buckley from Every Time I Die is a guest on “27 Club.” Stream the song below after the jump.

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POZ Show Review: Every Time I Die Christmas Show (12/21/13)

by Zack Zarrillo - Jan 1, 2014

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by Zac Lomas, edited by Erik van Rheenen

It’s a bit difficult going through the holiday season when you no longer believe in a God. As much as Christmas is now a commercial holiday, it’s hard denying the religious undertones associated with the Yule season and while I’m not one to bash the beliefs of others, it’s simply not for me anymore.  However, I do believe in music, and I do believe in the religious teachings of hardcore messiahs Every Time I Die. So forget going to mass on Christmas day, because the only way I can imagine celebrating Christmas is inside of a mosh pit, screaming along to the word of Keith Buckley; that is what church is supposed to feel like. That is faith.

Every Time I Die’s second night of their ninth annual Christmas show festivities opened up in a quintessentially Buffalo way, with classic hardcore rockers Wreckage bringing their brand of fast-paced, in-your-face old school punk.  Comprised of former members of seminal Buffalo bands Buried Alive and It Dies Today, Wreckage brought out the most ravenous of the visibly mosh-hungry crowd, inciting a healthy pit inside of the packed venue.

After Wreckage ripped through their set, Kills and Thrills took things to the next level with what can only be described as the intersection of fiery Rock ‘n’ Roll and rowdy hardcore, both of which the quartet play with their amps cranked up to 11.  The band ran through a selection of their own songs, including many off of their EP Our Lives, but Kills and Thrills’ breakneck rendition of Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” really worked the already teaming crowd into a full-fledged frenzy.  As vocalist/guitarist Chris Vetter climbed over every inch of the stage, spewing both visceral lyrics and a cloud of Pabst Blue Ribbon droplets into the air, the crowd responded with a combination of shouted lyrics and swinging arms.

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Every Time I Die Debut New Song “Thirst”

by Zack Zarrillo - Dec 9, 2013

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Every Time I Die have been playing a new song live called “Thirst.” Check out a video below after the jump.

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POZ Discussion: The Don’t Miss Tours Of The Holiday Season

by Zack Zarrillo - Dec 5, 2013

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It’s getting cold, which means two things: 1) your wallet has become thinner from buying band hoodies and/or crew necks and 2) there are some rad holiday tours coming up that you should be getting ready to go to. We decided to put together a new PropertyOfZack Discussion on all the “must see” tours going on this month, so check them out below and feel free to reblog with the tours you can’t wait to see!

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The Wonder Years, Vinnie Caruana, Young Statues
It’s tours like this that make me miss living in the Northeast. If you live in West Chester, Poughkeepsie, Pawtucket or Patchogue, and you’re not going to one of these shows, I’ll make damn sure Santa gives you coal for Christmas for making a very poor decision. The Wonder Years are hitting the road for an acoustic string of shows with I Am The Avalanche vocalist Vinnie Caruana and indie-rock outfit Young Statutes, and they’re offering free cookies and hot chocolate if you wear an ugly Christmas sweater. Few things are better than being packed in an intimate venue with your favorite big-time band playing acoustically, but getting free food and rocking Grandma’s sweater while doing so throw it over the top. - Ali Killian

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Saves The Day, Jon Simmons, Walter Schreifels
When the Saves the Day headliner ended earlier this year, it felt like we all just woke up from a really good dream. One of the underground’s most historically adored bands, bringing the deepest of cuts and hardest of jams, for two hours every single night? It couldn’t have been more of an ideal way to welcome Saves - and their new record - back into the circuit after a few years laying dormant. Seems like the band can’t get enough, either; their winter headliner, a two-week jog from the Midwest through the Northeast, will be just slightly stripped down into an acoustic full-band format. So what does this mean? Well, romantically enough, I’m envisioning something like a living room show, with a fireplace, hot chocolate, and all of your favorite people singing loudly along to the Bug Sessions. Except in a venue. With beer. And people that only look vaguely familiar because you’ve seen them at Saves shows before. But if we’re gauging by the audience camaraderie that oozed from the shows during the fall headliner, it’s going to be one hell of a unified room and someone will undeniably try to stage dive during an acoustic rendition of “Jodie.” Let’s also not forget to make it your business to get there early, as the tour support is solo sets from Jon Simmons of our beloved Balance & Composure and living legend Walter Schriefels (Google him, kids).

Do you still need convincing? I’ll put it this way for you, East Coast: if you live in a 2 hour radius of New York City you’ve got at least 4 chances to catch a date. If you’re a warm-blooded Saves the Day fan, you’d be remiss to skip out on this tour. - Adrienne Fisher

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The Front Bottoms
Why feign excitement over new socks and sweaters when there’s a Front Bottoms Christmas show on the horizon? The group’s takeover of Bowery Ballroom happening just two days shy of Christmas is sure to be packed with good tunes and holiday cheer. While the band’s set is always a treat in and of itself, let’s cross our fingers and hope to hear some really early tracks, sort of like a gift from the band to our ears. But regardless of what they play, the show’s sure to be a good time. - Marie Scarsella 

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The Story So Far, Every Time I Die Off-Date UK Shows

by Zack Zarrillo - Dec 3, 2013

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The Story So Far and Every Time I Die will be playing off-date shows on their UK tour with A Day To Remember. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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Every Time I Die Release New Pudcast

by Zack Zarrillo - Nov 17, 2013

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Every Time I Die have released the fourteenth episode of their pudcast series. Listen to it below after the jump. 

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A Day To Remember Add Every Time I Die To Full EU/UK Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 16, 2013

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A Day To Remember have added Every Time I Die to their Mainland European and UK tour in 2014. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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August Burns Red, Every Time I Die, Defeater, letlive., COK Holiday Show

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 24, 2013

August Burns RedEvery Time I Die, Defeaterletlive., and Code Orange Kids are celebrating the holidays with a show in Pennsylvania on December 15th. Check out details below after the jump.

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POZ Playlist: Every Time I Die, Norma Jean

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 3, 2013

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PropertyOfZack is happy to have Every Time I Die and Norma Jean together for a new Playlist to finish up the summer. Check out the Playlists below while listening to the songs on Spotify and reading everyone’s thoughts!

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When I’m home from tour, relaxation is essential. There are no blast beats allowed and very rarely do songs exceed 100 bpms. Home life is slowed down dramatically. Here is my playlist for anyone out there looking to pet their dog while staring at the ceiling, washing dishes or reading a book. - Keith Buckley

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From Ashes Rise - Reaction
The song that makes me want to drive fast. Everything by this band makes me want to drive fast. Also, my right foot makes me want to drive fast. 
Blonde Redhead – Misery Is A Butterfly
The song I go to sleep to. It takes me forever to fall asleep. I can’t just pick one song. This record doesn’t help actually, but I listen to it anyway sometimes. Insomniac for life! 
AC/DC – Highway To Hell *Song is not on Spotify
The song that makes me want to party . If you’re ever driving to a bar, hanging with your friends and it seems like the party is going south. Put on AC/DC ya big dummy! The ultimate party epinephrine shot!
Silversun Pickups – Rusted Wheel
The song that chills me out. From an amazing record. This song is one of those songs you skip to right away before you start the record over. 
Hall and Oates – Private Eyes
The song I’ve currently got stuck in my head. It was on somewhere and now I wake up to it every morning in my head stereo. I don’t turn it off but I do know the secret to stopping a song in your head. End it. Even if you don’t know the ending. Make one up. 
Billy Joel – You May Be Right
The song that makes me miss someone. My step dad died when I was 8. He was a bad ass policeman/biker/dad. He loved Billy Joel so I do now too. 

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