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Every Time I Die, ‘The Big Dirty’ (Ferret)

By: Andrew Earles // October 17, 2007

This Buffalo, New York quartet’s metalcore sound owes more to classic-rock party grooves than the Swedish death-metal scare tactics that many of their contemporaries ran into the ground a couple years back — think razor-sharp guitars, as opposed to thick, D-tuned riffing. There’s also more melody than on 2005’s Gutter Phenomenon, with legit choruses behind Keith Buckley’s screams (no childish growling, thankfully). Every Time I Die’s rhythmic looseness and sense of humor (sample song title: “Buffalo Gals”) actually threaten to bust them out of their sometimes constrictive genre.

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