14 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Enlisting Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou as producer, Buffalo heavy music veterans Every Time I Die breathe new life into their technical metalcore on their seventh album. Ryan Leger's drums sound ear-splittingly raw, while guitarists Jordan Buckley and Andy Williams strafe the songs with concussive riffs. While "Decayin' with the Boys" is characteristically caustic, many songs explore new sonic turf, none more dramatically than "Moor," with its foreboding piano lead exploding into bludgeoning chaos as Keith Buckley delivers one of his most impassioned vocal performances to date. Brimming with psych-rock twists and jazz-metal turns, From Parts Unknown is a late-career triumph.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Enlisting Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou as producer, Buffalo heavy music veterans Every Time I Die breathe new life into their technical metalcore on their seventh album. Ryan Leger's drums sound ear-splittingly raw, while guitarists Jordan Buckley and Andy Williams strafe the songs with concussive riffs. While "Decayin' with the Boys" is characteristically caustic, many songs explore new sonic turf, none more dramatically than "Moor," with its foreboding piano lead exploding into bludgeoning chaos as Keith Buckley delivers one of his most impassioned vocal performances to date. Brimming with psych-rock twists and jazz-metal turns, From Parts Unknown is a late-career triumph.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
124 Ratings

124 Ratings

600ber ,

Brutal, punishing, audio violence, sheer beauty

When Ex-Lives came out, ETID promised a much more heavy experience than their previous titles, and they delivered. This time they have made the same promise, and then some. Don't let the hot pink and neon-colored album cover fool you, this is bar-none the most brutal release of this Buffalo-bred hardcore band that we have seen yet. From start to finish it is in your face relentless. The love you get for From Parts Unknown is inevitable so just close your eyes and let it happen.

CrimsonTideAdam ,

Life Altering

This album is AMAZING! Every track is a lighting bolt to the skull!!!!!

Aaronjf94 ,

Great

Thirst was such a good song, the only thing I don't like is the songs are to short, this is the kind of band that needs to release Metallica length songs instead of 2 minutes make them 8 minutes.

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