Every Time I Die Release The Big Dirty 9/4

Buffalo, New York based rockers EVERY TIME I DIE have recently released the second track off of their upcoming release The Big Dirty, September 4th on Ferret Music.   The new track is entitled “No Son of Mine”.  Singer Keith Buckley had this to say about the track: 

“This song deals with the mindless allegiance that people have towards certain recognizable public figures. Particularly in the music scene, debauchery and excess are heralded above all else, and for that reason it is easy for new bands coming up to apply a little makeup and declare themselves “addicts” as if it were a marketing strategy.  In “no son of mine”, I’m saying it takes time and effort to become the reprobates we are, and once achieved, is something we declare proudly only because the true sadness of it is too much to handle.”

 

To get an even better idea of just how great this album is be sure to check out the first official review of the album which will be posted on www.absolutepunk.net this Friday.  The Big Dirty is definitely an album not to be missed and sure to be on many critics year end best of lists.  Don’t miss out be sure to pick up The Big Dirty in stores on September 4th.

 

The track listing for The Big Dirty is:

01. No Son of Mine
02. Pigs Is Pigs
03. Leatherneck
04. Werewolf
05. Rebel Without Applause
06. Cities and Years
07. Rendez-Voodoo
08. A Gentleman’s Sport
09. Inrihab
10. Depressionista
11. Buffalo Gals
12. Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Battery

 

If you haven’t gotten your chance to see EVERY TIME I DIE perform any of the amazing new songs off of The Big Dirty yet then be sure to catch them live on one of the remaining Sounds of the Underground dates:

 

8/01 – Magna, UT – Salt Air Pavilion

8/03 – San Jose, CA – Events Center @ San Jose Univ.

8/04 – Irvine, CA – Irvine Meadows Side Stage

8/05 – Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheatre

8/06 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues

8/08 – Denver, CO – Fillmore

8/10 – Sauget, IL – Pop’s

8/11 – Louisville, KY – Waverly Hills Sanatorium

 

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