While we know the band is working on a new album in the studio, Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley has all but confirmed the band’s new record is finished. While the album has no title yet, it’ll be the band’s first record since 2016’s Low Teens.
After announcing they’re writing a record that’s likely going to be out sometime in 2020 (we presume), Every Time I Die’s 9th full-length album is sure to be a highly-anticipated one. While unfortunately we know very little about the upcoming album, we do know it’ll have plenty of riffs, and as the band enters their 20 year existence gracing us with some of the biggest rock and metal records going, it’ll have plenty of highlights.
While we know the Buffalo band is in the middle of recording their 9th full-length album, Every Time I Die have certainly been busy elsewhere as well. With their annual hometown show (now 2 days!) being filled with support acts as diverse as Against Me! and Ghostface Killah, ETIDiots are in for a treat, per the usual. This doesn’t just apply for the band as a whole, either. Along with being a published author and a teacher. ETID vocalist Keith Buckley can now add a very special title to his repertoire.
Long one of rock and post-hardcore’s most exciting acts, Every Time I Die have always delivered quality music on their 20 year run. Hell, the band was honored by their home city as a cultural icon.
Are you ready for a new Every Time I Die album? So are we. The Buffalo band, who’ve impressively championed their home city and released 8 full-length albums to date, haven’t released a record since 2016’s Low Teens. However, that’s all about to change – and hopefully very soon, too.