Metalcore is dead, but Every Time I Die lives on. It’s ironic that Ex Lives is the title of the album that gets the point across that no matter where the metal and hardcore scenes go from here, Every Time I Die remains relevant in the world of music. Their latest album, set to hit stores next Tuesday, March 6th, is devilishly more punishing than their previous two efforts. If you thought things got a little friendly on New Junk Aesthetic, prepare to be beaten over the head with Ex Lives. Stream the full album here now.
We covered the shock video for “Underwater Bimbos from Outer Space” over a month ago, and guessed that it signaled a return to the brutal and calculated roots of the band. Check it out for yourself here, and let us know if we got it right. We’ll have a full review next week.