Every Time I Die is an American metalcore band. Their latest album, Low Teens, is released on Epitaph Records on September 23, 2016.
The group is formed in Buffalo, New York, during the winter of 1998 by brothers Keith and Jordan Buckley. They are quickly joined by guitarist Andrew Williams, bassist John McCarthy and finally by drummer Michael "Ratboy" Novak. Once the line-up is complete, the band then decides to produce their first demo, called Burial Plot Bidding War.
The following year, in 2001, Aaron Radaczyk replaced John McCarthy on bass shortly before the recording of their first studio album, Last Night In Town, which will be released under the label Ferret Records. During the year 2003, bassist Aaron Radaczyk left the group shortly before the recording of the second studio album, Hot Damn !. He is replaced by Steven Micciche. In 2005, another change in formation took place in the group Micciche left the group and is replaced by Kevin Faulk, from the group Between the Buried and Me. However, three months after recording their third studio album, Gutter Phenomenon, Kevin Faulk leaves the band.Chris Byrnes, a member of the NORA band, will be bassist during the band's tour at the 2006 Warped Tour and leave Every Time I Die right after. He will be replaced by Keller Harbin.
In the course of 2007, the band returned to the studios to record their fourth album, The Big Dirty. In 2009, on tour with Gallows, a song called Buffalo 666 of their upcoming album New Junk Aesthetic, is played for the first time. Josh Newton announces on October 12, 2011 his departure from the group. For the rest of the tour, Stephen Micciche replaces him on bass. On October 15, 2013, the band announces its presence with A Day to Remember at their 2014 European tour>. In the spring of 2014, the group announces the production of its seventh album From Parts Unknown with the producer Kurt Ballou, published on July 8, 2014.