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Ex Lives (includes CD copy) (Vinyl)


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Vinyl LP pressing includes bonus tracks. 2012 album from Buffalo, NY's brutal metallic Punk ensemble. Ex Lives was produced by the renowned Joe Barresi (Tool, The Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age) and offers an unrelenting onslaught of ingeniously composed and furiously executed cathartic Hardcore. Ex Lives sees Every Time I Die further tempering their aggression while experimenting with new instrumentation.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
What. An. Album. March 6 2012
By TheDudeAbides - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The wait for this record was well worth it.
ETID has just put out a masterpiece of brutality and driving riffs that will leave you speechless at album's end. Only thing I recommend is that if you buy this album, buy the additional three tracks and get the Deluxe Edition, they are anything but fillers and you will be extending the experience that is Ex-Lives that much further. You will not be disappointed with this album if you've ever liked ETID. This is my new favorite release to date, right up there with Hot Damn.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
ETID live to release another very solid album Sept. 19 2013
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Every Time I Die's sixth album is easily the Buffalo-based band's most experimental effort to date. Boasting an abnormal amount of melody and variety, 2012's "Ex Lives" sometimes plays like a sludge or stoner metal record. Furthermore, there is an increased sense of pure, true blue hard rock apparent throughout these eleven songs. The end result is some of the biggest standout songs in the group's catalogue, and easily a standout release in their discography.

Sure, there is plenty of old-school-esque Every Time I Die material to be had, here. For proof of this fact, proceed directly to the album's first two tracks, the Converge-meets-Dillinger Escape Plan-esque grinding opener that is "Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space" (which is filled with dirty, Unsane-like clangy bass grumbles and bruising hardcore breakdowns), and "Holy Book Of Dementia," an even more frantic and breathless mathcore sprint with thunderous double bass drumming.

But let it be known that "Ex Lives"' most remarkable and memorable moments are its most experimental ones. "A Wild, Shameless Man" is a much more restrained and in-control, mid-tempo chugger; and "Partying Is Such Sweet Sorrow" is a very catchy, Southern-tinged rocker with some catchy swing and (what sounds like) a banjo/hillbilly acoustic guitar. And "Revival Mode" is even more experimental still in that it very much could be a Soundgarden or Audioslave b-side, what with its Chris Cornell-derived vocals and the inclusion of something that could even pass for a guitar solo (!). And finally, the set closes with "Indian Giver," an ominously sludgy cut of full-on stoner metal that ventures into Baroness/Torche-inspired brooding territory and Southern-fried Sabbath-y riffs.

But do not get your knickers in a twist just yet, because these moments, as experimental as they may be, are surrounded by blistering blasts of math-y hardcore. "I Suck (Blood)" is backed by Motorhead-esque speed punk drumming, a catchy, swinging groove, and hooky, moderately clean/very intelligible vocals. And elsewhere, "The Low Road Has No Exits" is an even more brutal math/noisecore jaunt; and "Drag King" is yet another slab of throat-straining hardcore with freak-out guitars and a potent, memorable vocal refrain.

While "Ex Lives" is not a genre-redefining release, it is the next best thing: An inventive and even more innovative record, and easily one of the finest ever to bare the ETID nametag. Hence, it is a recommended listen to both fans and newcomers alike.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Ex Lives March 28 2012
By oltnabrick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is beyond awesome. Its like everything Every Time I Die has ever done, put into a compactor, and then sprinkled with 'Awesome Sprinkles' and glazed with cinnamon. That's right cinnamon. Get this, its one of the best albums from 2012.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I want to be dead with my friends. March 7 2012
By Bobby - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is probably the craziest I own. I'm more of a thrash metal/Punk rock listener, but i love this album and this band. They can go from Complete craziness like "Holy Book of Dilemma" to a hard rock song like "Partying is such sweet sorrow" to (at least as close as ETID will get ) ballad like song like "revival mode". This album is freaking awesome!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
XPARTYCOREX ETID STILL REIGNS! March 6 2012
By XDIEX - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
So all I can say is this album is one of ETID most diverse albums yet and its freakin DIRTY, REAL, and BRUTAL(MOSH)! I have followed ETID since the start I have seen them idk like 50 times always amazing live. It is good to see the etid boys push themselves as musicians to continue making the classic etid sound we all know, yet making it new and different each album. So much talent from this band, The new drummer "Legs" does a great job on this album and I must say it is really cool and fresh to hear etid with double bass now. This album is hard hitting and clever at the same time and should be an instant buy (not downloaded) album! ETID will never fail me due to the fact they dont give a #### what people think and make what they know is true to them.

Good job ETID boys as always!

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