If anything, Every Time I Die are a punctual band. You can expect a new album from them every other year, with several tours in between. Today, they release their eight (damn, we're getting old) studio album, Low Teens, and given ETID's track record, it's going to be a banger. Thematically, the album is about the terrifying experience of singer Keith Buckley seeing his wife and prematurely born child barely clinging onto life. Tracks feature guest vocals from Tim Singer of Deadguy (the band from which ETID borrowed their name) and Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco. You can grab the album today on digital (which includes two extra tracks), CD, and vinyl.
Check out more music news here
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 3:37pmHands down, Twin Peaks has the best score - and intro song - in the history of television. The only non-download way for fans to listen to the OST is a CD from the early '90s when CD audio compression wasn't so hot. (Don't get me wrong.
Thursday, August 25, 2016 - 2:03pmYou've got to hand it to them. The boys in Every Time I Die are extremely reliable, having put out a new album every two years since 2001, save for a single three-year gap.
Wednesday, August 17, 2016 - 3:33pmI've recently made a major change in my life. I used to save promising books, movies, music, games, etc. for a rainy day.