Every Time I Die is a band that has aged like a fine red wine. With the release of the band’s eighth LP “Low Teens”, Every Time I Die has come back with a visceral right hook to the face of an album packed with a relentless track list that serves as a reminder of the volatility of life.
Written primarily in the frigid winter months, Low teens exhibits ETID’s ability to constantly be evolving. Songs like “Petal” and “The Coin Has a Say” display the band’s usual spastic, heavy nature, while songs like “Two Summers” bring about new energy and change with frontman Keith Buckley’s first scream-less performance.
I was able to sit down with Buckley before their Ft. Collins debut at Hodi’s half note to discuss life after warped tour, how he takes care of himself on the road, and the new album, among other things. Listen to it here.
Check out Low Teens out on Epitaph out now.