Ah 2016, the coffee stain on the desk that is the 2010’s. It’s certainly been a bit of a weird year! Politics have turned down a road that no-one expected. Not even those leading the way saw this coming! On top of this, there are claims of the year being cursed thanks to a constant stream of big name deaths from all corners of the entertainment industry. 2016 has certainly been a year that many want to be over!
TL;DR – This is a career defining album that plunges Every Time I Die to darker more personal song writing than we’ve heard before, representing the band’s various styles from the last 18 years.
I first heard Every Time I Die in 2005 when I had Scuzz TV on in the background of whatever I was doing at the time and Kill The Music came on. Those killer riffs and great range of vocals had me hooked from the get go and I’d soon booked tickets to see them play at The Legendary TJ’s (Newport, South Wales) a few months later. Their energetic live show sold it for me and I was a fan for life.
Low Teens is most definitely the culmination of all their work, spanning their 18 year career so far.