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Every Time I Die

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New York's Every Time I Die was conceptualized by brothers Keith (vocals) and Jordan (guitar) Buckley in 1998. After recruiting guitarist Andy Williams (whom Keith met on a roadside, as Andy was bludgeoning someone... really) and Ratboy on ... read more
New York's Every Time I Die was conceptualized by brothers Keith (vocals) and Jordan (guitar) Buckley in 1998. After recruiting guitarist Andy Williams (whom Keith met on a roadside, as Andy was bludgeoning someone... really) and Ratboy on drums, the band recorded a four-song demo with a temporary bass player. Within a few months, the band joined the Goodfellow Records roster, and would eventually release its debut EP, "The Burial Plot Bidding War." ETID would then embark on numerous tours with the likes of The Hope Conspiracy, Bane, Walls of Jericho, Eighteen Visions, and Buried Alive. In 2001, the band would find itself with Ferret Music, and release its debut Ferret full-length, "Last Night In Town." Take the wit of Drowningman, the music and violence of Deadguy and the Dillinger Escape Plan, throw in some breakdowns, and you just might get a sense of Every Time I Die is about. hide
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anonymous   posted 178 days ago
They need to brunch there f*cking teeth bad. It looks like they eat butter
anonymous   posted 1/19/2016 10:03:31 AM
Best Bio,the guy Andy was "bludgeoning" must have been a serious pssy...Wonder if he remembers that elbow of mine that busted his nose at an All Out War show?
anonymous   posted 3/18/2015 2:54:56 AM
Hardcore has been around since the early 80s and has grown so you should shut your mouth and go learn some shit.
anonymous   posted 10/18/2013 6:06:36 PM
I bet that there jerks smell like the singers breath
anonymous   posted 8/28/2013 6:02:27 PM
Yeah buttttt they need to brush there f****** teeth

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band profile last updated on Tuesday, March 06, 2012