Every Time I Die announce new album ‘Radical’ and share new song ‘Post-Boredom’

The hardcore heavyweights are back! Every Time I Die have revealed they will be releasing their ninth album, titled Radical, on 22nd October 2021 through Epitaph Records.

As their first album in five years (the longest gap between records to date), anticipation is high for the new full length from modern masters of mosh. With their last few records proving they’re stronger than ever – particularly with 2016’s phenomenal Low Teens – there is no doubt that the Buffalo boys will deliver yet another classic album chock full of meaty riffs.

Being the top guys that they are, ETID have also shared a new song from the album, titled ‘Post-Boredom’. Predominantly featuring Keith Buckley’s incomparable cleans, the track is another stellar example of how to have fun with hardcore while still boasting foot stomping, crushing riffs. Check out the video below.

Radical sees the band working again with metal super producer Will Putney (Knocked Loose, The Acacia Strain), and will feature the previously released singles ‘A Colossal Wreck’, ‘Desperate Pleasures’ and ‘AWOL’. Vocalist Keith Buckley explains the inspiration for the album:

The songs are realistic in that they acknowledge that things require a lot of work. But it’s ultimately a very hopeful and uplifting record.

Every Time I Die have already announced a UK tour taking place in 2022, with support from The Bronx, Jesus Piece and Sanction, with tickets on sale now. See the full tour dates below.


26th Jan –  Bristol @ Motion (rescheduled date and venue)

27th Jan – Brighton @ Chalk

28th Jan – Nottingham @ Rock City

29th Jan – Manchester @ O2 Ritz

30th Jan – Liverpool @ Invisible Wind Factory

1st Jan – Glasgow @ SWG3 Galvanizers

2nd Jan – Newcastle @ Boiler Shop

3rd Jan – Leeds @ Stylus

4th Jan – Southampton @ Engine Rooms (new show added)

5th Jan – London @ Roundhouse



Radical will be released 22nd October 2021 through Epitaph Records.



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