Every Time I Die are really hitting their stride. From Parts Unknown, their Kurt Ballou-recorded seventh album from 2014 (you saw we just spoke to him about recording, right??), was fantastic – a rare burst of exciting energy from a band deep into their career. I personally feel we’re in a golden age for hardcore, and ETID are certainly in the conversation for great bands entering the next stage of their career.
From the sounds of new banger “The Coin Has a Say”, this upcoming album Low Teens – out September on Epitaph Records – will deliver like the last one did. Interestingly, the band didn’t go back to Kurt Ballou, instead opting to work with another fantastic engineer, Will Putney (The Acacia Strain, Northlane).
Check out the video, which is a live performance clip from an intimate club show: