Every Time I Die is a metalcore band from Buffalo, New York, who has been active since 1998. Since its inception, the group has had several lineup changes, with brothers Keith and Jordan Buckley as the only constant members. They made their debut in 1999 with the EP The Burial Plot Bidding War, released through Goodfellow Records, followed by their first studio effort Last Night in Town in 2001. That year, the band promoted the album on an east coast tour opening for Killswitch Engage. In 2003, Every Time I Die returned with Hot Damn! and embarked on a promotional tour with like-minded acts such as Bleeding Through, Norma Jean, and The Dillinger Escape Plan. Their third long-player Gutter Phenomenon (2005) became their first charting entry peaking at Number 71 on the Billboard 200—a feat surpassed by their next full-lengths The Big Dirty (2007) and their Epitaph Records debut New Junk Aesthetic (2009), which reached Number 41 and 46, respectively. Preceded by the single “Underwater Bimbos from Outer Space,” a sixth studio album titled Ex Lives saw the light in 2012 snatched the top spot on the US Hard Rock charts. More success followed with From Parts Unknown (2014) and Low Teens (2016), both of which managed to crack the Top 25 of the Billboard 200. Radical, their ninth album, arrived in 2021 and climbed to Number 45 in the United States.