Album Review: Low Teens by Every Time I Die

18 years on, if you thought there wouldn’t be any fire left – you’d be wrong.

The new Every Time I Die album could possibly be their heaviest work yet. 

Track 7 – ‘It Remembers’ features chilling guest vocals from Brendon Urie (Panic! At The Disco) reminiscent of Gerard Way’s vocals on ‘Kill The Music’ back in Gutter Phenomenon.

Everything of Low Teens seems to sample the best parts of their past albums. 

You can hear Ex Lives, Hot Damn, New Junk and FPU-esque riffs throughout.

Not only does this album have something for everyone but the production quality gives it a very clean and polished sound.

Having heard a few of these new tracks live I’d argue that ETID sound even better on stage – so go check ’em out.

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