Every Time I Die
About Every Time I Die
An American metalcore institution, Every Time I Die emerged in the early 2000s with an uncompromising mix of hardcore punk and Southern rock-tinged alternative metal. The group built a loyal following, yet remained largely in the underground before inking a deal with Epitaph ahead of the release of their acclaimed fifth long-player, 2009's New Junk Aesthetic. Subsequent efforts like 2016's Low Teens and 2021's Radical saw the band continue to deliver quality working-class metalcore that was as introspective and inclusive as it was savage and unrelenting. In January 2022, after over two decades as a unit, Every Time I Die announced their dissolution.