Metalcore stalwarts Every Time I Die have built up one of the most dedicated fan bases in metal and are set to deliver their eighth studio effort, Low Teens. The band has made all the details available and have also released a music video for the new track, "The Coin Has a Say."

Low Teens wields 15 scorching tracks from the New York quintet, fusing more of their signature brand of hardcore, metal and a dynamic sense of melody. Frontman Keith Buckley said, “The whole winter, the temperature was in the low teens. Bitterly cold,” about the record's title.

The music video for "The Coin Has a Say" (seen below) showcases Every Time I Die's electrifying live shows, with the band rivaling the crowd's energy and ceaseless motion. From stage diving to jumping around onstage, it's easy to grasp how the group gained such a diehard following. The song clocks in at under three minutes, balancing swaying tempos, infectious vocal deliveries on the clean and harsh fronts and an undeniable melody.

Low Teens was produced by Fit for An Autopsy's Will Putney, who has also produced albums from the Acacia Strain, Exhumed and Body Count. The album will see a Sept. 23 release on Epitaph and pre-orders can be placed here. Fans will be able to catch Every Time I Die on the road as part of the 2016 Warped Tour. See a full list of tour dates at our 2016 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

Every Time I Die, "The Coin Has a Say"

Every Time I Die, Low Teens Track Listing

01. "Fear and Trembling"
02. "Glitches"
03. "C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)"
04. "Two Summers"
05. "Awful Lot"
06. "I Didn't Want to Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway"
07. "It Remembers"
08. "Petal"
09. "The Coin Has a Say"
10. "Religion of Speed"
11. "Just as Real but Not As Brightly Lit"
12. "1977"
13. "Map Change"
14. "Skin Without Bones"
15. "Nothing Visible; Ocean Empty"

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