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TUESDAY JULY 1, 2014

Every Time I Die's New Album Out Today

Every Time I Die’s new album From Parts Unknown is out today on Epitaph Records. The band’s newest album has received much critical acclaim. Alternative Press gave it 4 out of 5 stars calling it “pure sweaty, spitting, bleeding bliss.” The PRP said that “this is Every Time I Die at their most volatile”, giving it another 4 out of 5 star review. And Property of Zack named it one of the most anticipated releases of July, observing that the “ETID is still one of the most consistent acts in modern hardcore music.”

From Parts Unknown was recorded at Godcity Studio in Salem, Massachusetts with producer Kurt Ballou. The band purposefully did things differently on this album -- with Ballou challenging them in new ways in the studio, to Keith Buckley’s newfound positivity in his lyrics, and in the way that no pink was used in the From Parts Unknown cover art. All of the newness is what inspired the album name and is what gave the band the force to create their most assaulting record to date.

Fans can purchase the album in stores, on iTunes or at the Every Time I Die online store. Catch Every Time I Die on tour all summer in North America on the Vans Warped Tour.

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