So we had a lot of fun last week posting some of the last.fm 3×3 collages of what we’re really listening to. We’ll get a prog metal celeb’s take after the jump.
Tag Archive: Every Time I Die
At long last, our friends in White Arms of Athena are poised to release White Arms of Athena, the Kurt Ballou produced follow-up to their celebrated 2011 debut album Astrodrama. We’re pleased to announce the full details of the release, which is sure to be a stand-out record among the current wave of progressive and psychedelic music.
A lot has changed over the course of six albums for Buffalo, New York’s Every Time I Die. Having begun their career nearly sixteen years ago with an incredibly raucous and off-kilter approach to hardcore, the band developed/refined a love of massive and swung southern rock riffs and huge choruses, resulting in the band we know and love today. From Parts Unknown, despite it’s name, has a very distinct reference point — here, we find the band revisiting that early, raw aggression through the wiser eyes they own today.
It’s a day for streaming some amazing new music it seems, as now you can also hear the raucous new album from southern-rock-doused anti-party party-metal-core merchants Every Time I Die (my genre descriptors are getting desperate). Firstly, I’ll get my obvious bias of the way — this is easily one of the best records I’ve heard all year, maybe not one that will likely sway those who aren’t already fans but a veritable goldmine for those that are.
Every Time I Die continue to leap from strength to strength with the release of a brand new video for ‘Decayin’ With The Boys‘, a track that you may remember started making the rounds a week or so ago. It’s a swaggering and sneering rager of a track that happily sits somewhere between the cut-throat aggression of Hot Damn! and the self-deprecating party anthems of Gutter Phenomenon. And, as it should, the video follows suit, complete with Beastie Boys references.
A short while back we found out that everybody’s favourite Buffalo wrecking posse Every Time I Die were in the studio working with Kurt Ballou on their new album. Well lo and be-fucking-hold, we now have the first morsel of this incredible collaboration in the form of ‘Thirst‘. Forget what you expected and forget what you know because the brothers Buckley and co. are back with crotch burning vengeance. View Full Article »
The past two years for Suicide Silence have been undeniably tough. After losing frontman and founding member Mitch Lucker to a fatal motorcycle accident, it’s easy to assume the group was on the brink of disbandment. However, the group’s strength and resilience has shown, picking up good friend All Shall Perish vocalist Eddie Hermida to carry on the legacy in Mitch’s memory.
It’s no secret that the group have been hard at work on a new album, but now some substantial movement is starting to take place as the group announces that the next record will be aptly titled You Can’t Stop Me, due for release July 15th through Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
When it comes to modern hardcore group, it’s hard to find a band more powerful than Every Time I Die. Generally, when they hit the road for a headlining trek, they bring along stellar support, and their latest North American headlining tour was no exception. Bringing along Letlive and Code Orange Kids in tow, Every Time I Die delivered a straight month’s worth of MOSH to ring in the holiday season. Regularly contributing photographer Maclyn Bean attended the tour’s stop in Asbury Park, NJ to capture the show, and you can view the photos below.
Code Orange Kids
Every Time I Die
For original high resolution images and more from the photographer, visit Maclyn Bean Photography on Flickr.