Two Chances to Catch Every Time I Die & More | Sunday, March 29 @ The End


As announced last month, Buffalo metalcore/hardcore outfit Every Time I Die are set to return to Nashville this Sunday, March 29, for what, we believe, will be their smallest Music City show ever. Sure to be a rowdy, unforgettable time, the initial all ages show with eclectic west coast grungy hardcore band Mizery and locals Cove quickly sold out, and a late night, 18+ performance with locals Rivera and Indianapolis alt/nu metal group Authors was added (you can still grab tix here). Find out more about the shows below, and check out a preview of both lineups!


Blending elements of mathcore, southern metal, and hardcore, Every Time I Die have been entertaining and innovating since the late ’90s, but really took off in the early ’00s, following the release of their breakout sophomore album, Hot Damn! Connecting with the broader punk and metal community, the band continued to expand their sound and rack up acclaim with followups (and instant genre classics) like Gutter Phenomenon and New Junk Aesthetic, and have found crossover success through their eclectic and always evolving style, embrace of the Warped Tour community, and unparalleled and insane live show. The band most recently released their seventh album, From Parts Unknown, and you can expect all manner of classic cuts and new favorites to be showcased at The End. See you in the pit.





Every Time I Die will perform March 29 at The End, 6 p.m. with Mizery and Cove, and 10 p.m. with Rivera and Authors. The early show is all ages and is already sold out. The late show is 18+ and tickets are available for $15.

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