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Every Time I Die

Buffalo-based metalcore quintet Every Time I Die formed in the winter of 1998. Spearheaded by brothers Keith (vocals) and Jordan Buckley (guitar), the founding lineup also included guitarist Andrew Williams, bassist John McCarthy, and drummer Michael "Ratboy" Novak. During their first short tour of New York and Canada, the fledgling group befriended Goodfellow Records chief Chris Logan, who released their debut EP, The Burial Plot Bidding War, in 2000. Bassist Aaron Radaczyk replaced McCarthy prior to recording Every Time I Die's first full-length effort, Last Night in Town, issued via Ferret Records in the spring of 2001. The band supported the album on tour with Killswitch Engage, and in the summer of 2002 joined the annual Warped Tour. Another bassist swap brought on Steven Micciche, who joined Every Time I Die in time for their 2003 sophomore effort, Hot Damn!, as well as a U.S. tour in support of Jackass alum Steve-O. In early 2005, Micciche resigned from the lineup, prompting the addition of ex-Between the Buried and Me bassist Kevin Faulk, who was ousted just three months later following sessions for the band's third LP, Gutter Phenomenon. Former Nora bassist Chris Byrnes was named his replacement. Phenomenon was released that August and touring commenced. The guys spent summer 2006 on the main stage at Warped, after which Byrnes announced he too would be exiting the group. Undeterred, the band soon brought on bassist number six, ex-the Chariot's Keller Harbin, and continued touring through November alongside Atreyu and From First to Last before beginning work on their next album. Every Time I Die also released the DVD S**t Happens in late October, and soon after, the band entered the studio with producer Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Saves the Day) and began work on 2007's The Big Dirty. Harbin was replaced that year with From Autumn to Ashes bassist Josh Newton, and the band set back out on the road again for another relentless spell of touring. Mike Novak left the band in 2009, and was replaced by drummer Ryan Leger a week before the release of the band's fifth album, New Junk Aesthetic. Keeping their knack for losing bass players, Newton left the band in 2011 to pursue his other project, the Damned Things (a supergroup with members of Fall Out Boy and Anthrax). Every Time I Die called on former bassist Steven Micciche to fill in, and the following year they released Ex-Lives. 2014 saw the release of the group's seventh studio long-player, the Epitaph-issued From Parts Unknown. While touring the album, Buckley was called home after his pregnant wife developed a life-threatening complication and their baby had to be delivered prematurely by emergency caesarean section. Both mother and baby survived unharmed, but the shock of the experience made a big impact on Buckley and informed much of the lyric writing for the band's next record. Low Teens dropped in 2016, named for the freezing temperatures prevalent during the recording sessions with producer Will Putney. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Ex Lives

1. Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space

2. Holy Book Of Dilemma

3. A Wild, Shameless Plain

4. Typical Miracle

5. I Suck (Blood)

6. Partying Is Such Sweet Sorrow

7. The Low Road Has No Exits

8. Revival Mode

9. Drag King

10. Touch Yourself

11. Indian Giver

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Track List: New Junk Aesthetic

1. Roman Holiday

2. The Marvelous Slut

3. Who Invited The Russian Soldier?

4. Wanderlust

5. For The Record

6. White Smoke

7. Turtles All The Way Down

8. Organ Grinder

9. Host Disorder

10. After One Quarter Of A Revolution

11. The Sweet Life

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Track List: Gutter Phenomenon

1. Apocalypse Now And Then

2. Kill The Music

3. Bored Stiff

4. Easy Tiger

5. Tusk And Temper

6. The New Black

7. Champing At The Bit

8. Gloom And How It Gets That Way

9. Guitarred And Feathered

10. L'Astronaut

11. Pretty Dirty

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Track List: Hot Damn

1. Romeo A Go-Go

2. Off Broadway

3. I Been Gone A Long Time

4. Godspeed Us To Sea

5. She's My Rushmore

6. Floater

7. In The Event That Everything Should Go Terribly Wrong

8. Ebolarama

9. Hit Of The Search Party

10. Pornogratherapy

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Track List: Last Night In Town

1. Emergency Broadcast Syndrome

2. Jimmy Tango's Method

3. Here's Lookin' At You

4. Punch-Drunk Punk Rock Romance

5. Enter Without Knocking And Notify The Police

6. The Logic Of Crocodiles

7. Pincushion

8. Nothing Dreadful Ever Happens

9. California, Gracefully

10. Shallow Water Blackout

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Track List: The Burial Plot Bidding War

1. The Emperor's New Clothes

2. Your Touch Versus Death

3. Prom Song

4. Home Is Where You Hang Yourself

5. Morphine Season

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Track List: C++ (Love Will Get You Killed) (Single)

1. C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)

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Track List: From Parts Unknown (Deluxe Edition)

1. The Great Secret

2. Pelican Of The Desert

3. Decayin' With The Boys

4. Overstayer

5. If There Is Room To Move, Things Move

6. Moor

7. Exometrium

8. Thirst

9. Old Light

10. All Structures Are Unstable

11. El Dorado

12. Idiot

13. Cheap Ludes

14. Saturnalia

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Track List: Glitches (Single)

1. Glitches

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Track List: Low Teens

1. Fear And Trembling

2. Glitches

4. Two Summers

5. Awful Lot

6. I Didn't Want To Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway

7. It Remembers

8. Petal

9. The Coin Has A Say

10. Religion Of Speed

11. Just As Real But Not As Brightly Lit

12. 1977

13. Map Change

14. Skin Without Bones

15. Nothing Visible; Ocean Empty

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Track List: The Coin Has A Say (Single)

1. The Coin Has A Say

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Freaking love this band!!
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they don't have the album with we're wolf ?
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They're so amazing
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man guys well views
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big dirty pls
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Please add the big dirty to discography, thanks. Or don't and be a shitwagon
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dirkbenadict
yes put on the big dirty!
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this band was my life in high school.
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put the big dirty on here please
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Can you put The Big Dirty on here Pandora
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ccw279
Pandora, can you put the uncensored version of We'rewolf on here? The censored one is so awful.
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I remember seeing these guys when I was 16 at a skatepark when burial plot bidding war was their new release. So good.
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"Let me hear her high heels moan!" I would foundle every member...slo w l y
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Where the hell is the Big Dirty?!
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The warped schedule was stupid when I went I had to miss them :/
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ETID is my jams all day
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Hott damn! Takes that s**t all day
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Lmao cesar_cepeda 0 2 your a stfu lololololol this band rocks and you just plain suck lolololol
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Awesome s**t
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gloom and how it gets that way is awesome...
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Ex-lives sucks compared to their previous stuff. I agree, where is big dirty? It's their best album besides last night in town and hot damn.
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cesar_cepeda 0 2
Wow who is this s**t bad invading my sounds I animals fighting station, Screaming "which one of you lucky ladies is gonna get inside my heart" lololololol just horrible honestly feel bad for the ppl who listen to this s**t
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THE BIG DIRTYYYY!!!!
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big dirty is the only album I've ever searched for on pandora and its not here
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ETID!!!!! Lets go chase the sunset.
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timmzaa
One of my favorite bands ever. Seen them live more times than I can remember being from western ny. Even met all the dudes in the band. Best bunch of s**tty dudes you could hope to meet.
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I remember getting sucked into their mosh pit at warped tour 04?? I think? Any who f**kin blew my mind! First time I crowd surfed too!!
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Good music first time heard of this band. I like
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WTF Where is Big Dirty?! Pandora let me down
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All the related artists that are first listed don't belong in the same room as ETID.
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tdjackson6
Ex Lives is just amazing. Lyrics blow me away every time I listen to it.
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Where's the big dirty? Come on now.
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They will never stop improving... e a c h album is better than the last.
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These guys are awesome live and their pits are violent as hell. I love it. haha
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Every Time Eye Fish
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skonjie is a boring troll.
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Don't you know who I am?
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sleepwalkr50 1 8 7
Their first album is the best.
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i know wtf, The Big Dirty is their best album!
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@beanboy...
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@cameronmath e r l y Mutual parting is a nice way for a label to cover for band member leaving. Ratboy left the band through a text message shortly after the record was released. He said he just didn't want to do it anymore. I like his drumming on the album but that's a pretty weak way to go.
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YAWN!!!!! BORING!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! !
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beanboy9487
The Big Dirty...?
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drumsequalli f e 0 1
I actually talked to Jordan outside one of their booths at warped, the first question that came to mind was why did mike leave, and all he said was that he has a fiance and a new career and that he was getting exhausted. I surprised i didnt remember exactly what he said word for word considering my love for this band...
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they didn't kick Ratboy for a better drummer. Ratboy basically left and it was a mutual parting. They found their new drummer on youtube.
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they recently kicked "ratboy" for a better drummer
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gay
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i love this band i have been listening to them on and off since the 9th grade they are sooo AWSOME! :)
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I MISS RATBOY ALREADY... GET WELL, RATTY!! ETIDiot4L!!! !
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Pretty f**king dirty :) love ETID
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