They are arguably one of the hardest working bands in heavy music today, with seven full-length records under their belt Every Time I Die show no signs of slowing down.
With record number eight just around the corner the long-running Buffalo based hardcore band have released the first track from the album with a dark back story.
‘Low Teens’ has been inspired lyrically by the scare vocalist Keith Buckley experience when his wife was rushed to hospital with life-threatening pregnancy complications.
Thankfully everything turned out ok and mother and baby were both fine.
‘The Coin Has a Say’ is the first track from the new album, which premiered over on Rolling Stones website.
Describing the video of the new song to the magazine Buckley said: ‘If we were going to do a live video in a small club setting it was going to be like the ones we grew up watching, the ones that made us fall in love with hardcore in the first place: blurry and blown-out footage you copied from a friend who copied it from a friend who copied it from a friend that is being regularly interrupted by clips of your family at Cedar Point because that was the footage you ‘accidentally’ taped over.
‘Watching a bootleg was like looking out a window at a strange world. We wanted you to have that feeling back.’
Low Teens will be released September 23 via Epitaph Records. You can listen to ‘The Coin Has a Say’ below.