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It's not often that the majority of a rock band stays together for more than a decade, but three of the original members of Every Time I Die have managed to do just that. Of course, it could be the fact that two of these band mates are brothers, but it's more likely that they're so enthralled with the metalcore genre that they couldn't bear parting. Either way, fans with Every Time I Die tickets are in for a great concert with a group who has been making music together for a long time.
Every Time I Die has fans around the world, and they make sure to give them all what they want by touring to every corner of the globe. The band recently played alongside No Doubt and Flogging Molly at Chicago's Douglas Park Cultural and Community Centre. They've visited the Scout Bar in Houston and the Centre Stage Theatre in Atlanta. On the other side of the pond, they've hit the stage at Castle Donington and the Roundhouse in London. The guys will soon be at the Underground in London, The Fleece in Bristol and making their way back to the States at the Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia.
Although Every Time I Die has sold out venues such as The Dome and Borderline in London, they're not above playing the small pubs that helped them get their start. In fact, Rock Sound even expressed their surprise at the band playing a venue as small as The Old Blue Last in London. This surprise no doubt stems from the band's popularity, which has already landed frontman Keith Buckley a bi-weekly column with The Public.
Every Time I Die started out with brothers Jordan and Keith Buckley on lead guitar and vocals, respectively. They soon brought on drummer Michael 'Ratboy' Novak, bassist Jon McCarthy and guitarist Andy Williams. With this lineup, they released Burial Plot Bidding War, their debut EP, in 2000. Before the release of their first full-length album, Last Night in Town, McCarthy left the band. Between 2001 and 2015, the band would release a total of seven full-length albums, but during that time, they also went through three drummers and six bassists.
The career of Every Time I Die is so storied that it's difficult to nail down a particular breakthrough point, but many would agree that it occurred with the release of their second album, Hot Damn!, in 2003. It was this album that landed them on the Warped Tour and a spot on the Ozzfest stage during the 2004. This attention ensured that their 2005 album, Gutter Phenomenon, became the first huge success for the band. The album landed at No. 71 on the U.S. album charts and No. 10 on the U.S. Indie album charts.
Their 2005 release wasn't the band's only measure of success. The Big Dirty (2007) topped out at No. 3 on the Indie charts and sold 14,000 copies during the first week of release. Ex Lives (2012) was pushed hard with behind the scenes videos from the album's creation being released months before the album itself, and this undoubtedly helped it hit No. 4 on the Indie charts.
Those with Every Time I Die tickets are in for a non-stop adrenaline rush. The band goes at high speed from the second they hit the stage until they walk off. Lights are continually flashing, and the only ones jumping around more than the band are the fans. Some may call it a bunch of screaming, but anyone who's been to a show understands that the songs are deeper than that. And when fans find themselves surrounded by the mosh pit, there's nothing but a feeling of intimacy where outsiders may see people merely getting knocked around.
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