Keith Buckley talked with Alternative Press about The Damned Things working on new material:
“While we have more than enough material for an EP, we are still very much in the “demo” phase,” he told AP, “rearranging riffs and trying different things vocally. And though it’s a little too early to say what the next release will sound like comprehensively, we’ve taken a different approach to writing this time around. Things are more atmospheric and weirder. We’ve loosened up a bit and learned to let our major influences speak. In that way, it’s the truest sound we’re capable of,” said Buckley.
Every Time I Die have announced a new set of tour dates. You can find those below.
Forever The Sickest Kids, Mayday Parade, Every Time I Die, Four Year Strong, and more have been announced for the So What?! Music Festival in Texas. The festival will take place over March 24th-26th and the other bands announced can be found below.
Every Time I Die have released their new video for “It Remembers” (feat. Brendon Urie).
Every Time I Die have announced their fall tour. The full set of dates can be found below.
Every Time I Die have released their new song “Glitches.”
Warped Tour have posted up a video of Every Time I Die playing their new single, “The Coin Has a Say” on YouTube.
Every Time I Die have been around for over 15 years now, and they are showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. The band just announced that their eighth studio album, Low Teens, will be out September 23rd on Epitaph Records. I spoke with guitarist Andy Williams at the first stop of the Warped Tour this year and you can find that interview below.
Every Time I Die will release their new album, Low Teens, on September 23rd. They’ve also released their new single “The Coin Has a Say,” and pre-orders are now up.
Every Time I Die tease 45 seconds of a new song on Warped Tour’s Instagram.