Copernicus Center
Concord Music Hall
Lovers Lane

And all the trimmings

| November 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

Looking to stay fit and trim during this holiday season? What better way to shed those extra calories from your Thanksgiving celebration than moshing it up with hardcore rockers Every Time I Die?

Way too coarse and heavy for radio rotation, yet too smart and melodic to be ignored as just another tired metalcore band, ETID has had thick, souful Southern-rock swagger coursing through its sound since Gutter Phenomenon and The Big Dirty (Ferret). This approach has alienated some fans, but its latest, and Epitaph debut, New Junk Aesthetic is a return to the raw, punishing sound featured on Hot Damn! Vocalist Keith Buckley‘s witty and and sharp observational wordplay continues to pack a powerful punch, and ETID’s rekindled aggression is sure to make for an explosive performance. (Friday@Subterranean with Trap Them.)

— Patrick Conlan


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