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  • CD (15 septembre 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
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Après une carrière de 16 ans, les rois du hardcore que sont les membres d'EVERYTIME I DIE connaissent la recette d'un succès assuré. Mais continuer à faire ce qu'ils ont toujours fait aurait été "ennuyeux et inutile" selon le chanteur, Keith Buckley. Le groupe a donc sorti l'artillerie lourde en passant un mois à enregistrer son nouvel album avec le producteur légendaire Kurt Ballou, auquel on doit les plus grands classiques du hardcore. Le résultat est un album cathartique et chaotique qui s'aventure vers des territoires émotionnels plus lumineux que ceux explorés traditionnellement par le groupe. La performance vocale de Keith Buckley passe de l'ombre à la lumière et s'apparente à un cri de guerre incendiaire. Les guitaristes Jordan Buckley et Andy Williams et le batteur Ryan Leger cimentent, avec leurs riffs massifs et leurs rythmes effrénés, douze des chansons les plus merveilleusement dévastatrices jamais écrites par le groupe.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The record is excellent, the quality of the sleeves and all are ... 24 octobre 2016
Par Tess - Publié sur
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
The record is excellent, the quality of the sleeves and all are crap. they hardly fit without some effort. Cheap.. but that's just how things are made these days.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Arguably one of the best albums out of ETID 5 septembre 2014
Par Uncle Tony - Publié sur
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
I bought this on vinyl and have no regrets. This album rips straight through, start to finish. My first ETID experience was when I purchased "Hot Damn!" back in 2004. I can confidently say over 10 years later, far out of my adolescence, I am most definitely still impressed.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ETID's Magnum Opus. 3 juillet 2014
Par B. Breton - Publié sur
Format: CD
This album is the culmination of every single album ETID have put out. We all knew that the boys from Buffalo had the ability to make a mind shattering, legendary album, but they have never been able to reach the heavens as high as the gods of the genre, Converge (although, admittingly, they've been very close). Until now. This album is a juggernaut of sound that you hear coming from a distance on the opening track but you do not expect the magnitude of sheer brutality it carries with it until it barrels into you (the track aptly named 'the great secret'). The entire album chock full of the best Jordan, Andy, Keith and the rest have ever put out (no doubt due to Ballou's ability to bring it out of every band he produces albums for), but my personal favorites are Old Light and Moor. The former has layers of melodic depth and almost radio tune like catchiness, while the latter is an emotional catharsis for Keith (the vocalist has said it is about dealing with the ordeal of his wife's assault) that really shines despite being completely different from anything else on the album.

Basically, guys and gals, if the heavier parts of Converge's Axe to Fall and the tachycardic thrash of Bane's Give blood had a baby with every single ETID album simultaneously, the behemoth that would emerge from this unholy act would be From Parts Unknown. Do yourself a favor and present yourself as an offering and let the album do its worst with you.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 ETID = Exceptionally tight, intelligent, & dissonant 23 septembre 2014
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur
Format: CD
Metalcore bands are so popular in this day and age that one might even say they are a dime a dozen. Which makes it all that more refreshing to hear a band like Every Time I Die, because they are not your prototypical metalcore group, nor are they one that adheres strictly to a pattern of At The Gates-indebted riffing and phlegm-flecked angst before leading into a soaring melodic chorus. Yes, ETID do offer some vocal variation and melodicism, but just enough, and never too much. A Killswitch Engage clone they are not. Indeed, this Buffalo-bred bunch involve the use of mathematical equations in their music, as well as extremely dissonant guitar figures, and noisecore-derived, throat-straining vocals, making them much more challenging than your average, run-of-the-mill emocore Johnny-come-lately.

On their seventh album proper, “From Parts Unknown,” Every Time I Die offer mostly more of the same that you have come to expect from them, only more-so. What this means is that they sound bigger, fuller, and heavier on this 2014 release, making for some of the angriest and arguably heaviest songs penned by the band to date. As such, it is a wise move on the band’s behalf to keep the song lengths short and to the point (“Pelican Of The Desert,” “Thirst,” and “All Structures Are Unstable” all clock in at only two minutes or less in length), as to retain at least a little accessibility and digestability.

But The album’s two biggest standouts are actually found elsewhere, in its two grindcore-worthy openers, “The Great Secret” and the aforementioned “Pelican Of The Desert.” The former, the album opener, is a furious, early Dillinger Escape Plan-worthy blast of blistering guitars, fast bass lines, and pummeling, rapid-fire blast beats to go along with its pipe-shredding vocal screams and frantic, neck-aching tempos. And the latter of the two tracks is another explosive and pounding, Converge/TDEP-lite salvo featuring guest vocals from the Coalesce frontman, Sean Ingram.

Elsewhere, we are also treated to “Decayin’ With The Boys,” another dissonance-fest whose lurching, grinding groove are neatly offset by a catchy and cleanly-sung chorus. And the end result works excellently well. And “If There Is Room To Move, Things Move” is even more brutal and punishing, as it is long on fast and heavy, grumbling bass, stabbing, grinding guitar licks, thunderous rhythms, crashing drums, and rambunctiously thrashy tempo’ing. Sure, there might be the occasional use of a bizarrely downtuned piano ballad that actually has more in common with The Beatles than anything (and it might be entitled “Moor”), but most of the record is a much different story. And said song only starts out as a ballad, but soon jumps to heavy, hardcore-inflected metal/metalcore territory, where staccato picking/drumming and throat-tearing vocals dominate the maelstrom.

Other standout parts include the memorably, infectiously clean vocal lines laid over a disharmonic, propulsive musical bed (comprised mainly of thrashy, chugging riffs) in “Old Light”; “Are Structures Are Unstable,” which begins by taking a page out of the hardcore punk handbook by kicking off with the sound of a few cracking drum sticks before launching into brutal, surging metalcore land with nasty, abrasively chugging breakdowns; and the heavy, meaty, lumbering, Black Sabbath-y guitar licks in “El Dorado.” Oh, and one must not forget to mention the album’s closer, “Idiot,” too, as it is an extra-abrasive bugger with nasty, chainsaw-stutter riffing.

All of this pent-up aggression and angst yields unsurprisingly rewarding results for the listener. What this means is that “From Parts Unknown” might be a surprisingly angry and straightforward effort, but it is also a very satisfying one, and easily one of the finest of Every Time I Die’s career. If nothing else, it is at least an undisputed standout in the band’s already very well-respected catalogue. As such, if you ever liked the kind of music produced by ETID before, there is absolutely no reason to stop now.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ETID!!!!! 2 juillet 2014
Par Kindle Customer mary collins - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Absolutely phenomenal!!! Reminds of the aggressive nature that " hot damn" brought to the table! I REALLY hope they stay on this path. These tracks are gonna be fun live also!!!
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