The New York metalcore band, Every Time I die, returned with a new full length record, titled Low Teens on Friday. To celebrate, the band also released the music video for It Remembers, featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco fame. You can watch the video here:
The video and track share some pretty heavy symbolism about escaping the stresses and troubles of the real world and attempting to find oblivion, but if you don’t care about that kinda thing the track is great and stands up by itself.
If you like the sound of that track, or are a long term fan of the band, Every Time I Die are coming across the pond in December to put on a string of live performances across the UK. If you fancy treating yourself to an early Christmas present, check out the dates below:
- 8/12 – Chinnerys, Southend
- 9/12 – Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
- 10/12 – Brooklyn Bowl, London
- 11/12 – The Haunt, Brighton
- 12/12 – Globe, Cardiff
- 14/12 – The Venue, Derby
- 15/12 – Vintage Bar, Doncaster
- 16/12 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
- 17/12 – Gorilla, Manchester
- 18/12 – King Tut’s, Glasgow
- 19/12 – Riverside, Newcastle
- 20/12 – Parish, Huddersfield
What do you think of the latest Every Time I Die Album? Are you planning on seeing them on tour? Let me know your thoughts on my Facebook or Twitter page, or in the comment section below this post.