May 25, 2024

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#Metalcore is alive, because It Dies Today have officially reunited for Furnace Fest

Along with Every Time I Die, Josh Allen, Jim Kelly, wings, and Brian McKnight, metalcore export It Dies Today is certainly one of the biggest things ever to come from Buffalo. With the release of their debut album The Caitiff Choir in 2004, It Dies Today quickly became a hotly-tipped name in the metalcore scene – and for good reason. With technical flair and solid songwriting, they were certainly a popular worldwide touring act – though they haven’t really been active for many years. While never officially breaking up, they did go on extended hiatuses multiple times due to the usual suspects – life and family, as well as writer’s block, to name a few reasons.

Well, there is good news. The band has officially re-activated proceedings, and while there’s obviously no word on possible new music (they haven’t released an album since 2009’s Lividity), the good news is that they’re back in any capacity. It must really be Trustkill revival season after all.

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