“She said she is required to attend ongoing physical therapy and medical appointments.”
Every Time I Die
“Staff had to sledgehammer the door down.”
“There really is a sense of camaraderie found at Unify that’s different to other festivals”
“That’s all over the place.”
Panic! in the desert
Another powerful ‘Low Teens’ track has arrived.
Lock it in.
A tour poster has been leaked by another Unify 2017 act.
SPICY MEATBALLS THE LOT OF EM
The band’s 8th LP also features some surprising musical guests.
Danger: Do Try This At Home
The band’s “riff den” is sounding hella’ funky right now.
It’s well known that Andy Williams, guitarist in US metalcore band Every Time I Die, is a big wrestling fan, but the musician has now chokeslammed a pro wrestler in the name of charity. As TMZ reports, Williams jumped in the ring during a Smash Wrestling event in Toronto, Canada last weekend, which was held
Australian fans heading along to shows on Every Time I Die‘s upcoming 2015 tour, take heed. If you’re going to run up on stage and attempt to take a selfie with the band, you do so at your own peril, and it may just result in guitarist Jordan Buckley karate kicking the phone right out
Every Time I Die have announced the local support acts for their upcoming 2015 Australian tour. The New York metalcore five-piece have selected a band from each city they’ll play, along with LA post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré. ETID have gone for hardcore and punk rock bands across the board, with Perth’s Statues, Adelaide’s A Ghost
Touring January 2015, with Touché Amoré!
The seventh studio album from New York hardcore punk group Every Time I Die, ‘From Parts Unknown’, has just hit shelves in Australia, and we’re excited and terrified all at the same time. “Instead of making something that the kids can all sing along to, we wanted to make music that scares them,” frontman Keith
New York hardcore punk group Every Time I Die are currently streaming their seventh studio album, From Parts Unknown, in full via YouTube. ETID fans are in for one chaotic ride across the album’s 12 tracks, with fan feedback being mostly positive thus far. Beginning with The Great Secret, frontman Keith Buckley screams, “Blow your