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Every Time I Die

Gutter Phenomenon

Ferret Music 58

Released on August 23, 2005

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"Gutter Phenomenon" is a term that was used in the 1950s to describe rock 'n' roll music. It was society's reaction, at the time, to a style of music it considered "sinful." Rock music was actually viewed as a discredit to American society. The people at the time believed that rock music would lead to people's downfall. They thought it would never last.

Fast forward 50 years, and rock 'n' roll is still a thriving force of expression. However, when any music scene or culture flourishes and prospers, it can become watered down and generic, populated with more than a few been-there, done-that sounding bands, many of which are passionless and whose sole purpose is cashing in. Every Time I Die understands this reality, and aims to shatter it. They're making rock music new, exciting and dangerous again. Armed with two formidable assault weapons: their breath-stealing new album, "Gutter Phenomenon," and their devastating, enthralling live shows, this upstate New York wrecking crew is poised to redefine underground music as we know it.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Apocalypse Now And Then  9%
2 Kill The Music Voted #1  17%
3 Bored Stiff Voted #3  13%
4 Easy Tiger  7%
5 Tusk And Temper  6%
6 The New Black Voted #2  16%
7 Champing At The Bit  9%
8 Gloom And How It Gets That Way  5%
9 Guitared And Feathered  10%
10 L'astronaut  4%
11 Pretty Dirty  3%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 23 to vote for your favorite songs

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Justin from Easton, PA 
Mar 25 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ok album nowhere near what Hot Damn! was or even Last night in town for that matter. if you're a die hard etid fan get it. if not purchase the other two first

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Jean Philippe from Qu├ębec, PQ Canada 
Nov 8 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

One of my favorite 2005 albums. But I still can decide if I prefer Hot Damn or Gutter Phenomenon.

There's way more singing part on this record, but I don't think it's a bad thing. I think Machine did a great job recording the album.

Breakout Tracks: Kill The Music - Bored Stiff - The New Black

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Chris from Bowling Green, OH 
Nov 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album took quite a few listens before I decided that I liked it. Some songs are very much like their older material, and others are "softer" and contain more singing than ever before. Luckily, the singing sounds great. Every Time I Die only has so much creativity to spare or so it seems, yet they made an album different enough to keep it from sounding rehashed. A 4 seems a little generous, but a 3 is not generous enough, so I will round up. I would probably give it a 7 out of 10. Hardcore-as-hell-only fans won't like it as much, but if you give it a chance, I would assume that you actually buying means that will at least think it was worth the money. Solid effort.

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Kelley from Apo, AE 
Oct 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fuck AP Magazine for giving ETID's latest a shitty review. Although I must say I do not enjoy this disc as much as "Hot Damn," it is still totally awesome. Check out track two, "Kill The Music," and you too will be impressed over how much awesome they are able to pack into three minutes and fourteen seconds.

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Sean from Vancouver, WA 
Sep 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

E.T.I.D. never ceases to amaze me. This Cd is one of the best ones yet. Keith's vocals are amazing along with his vocabulary and choice of words. The way they put their music together just makes me melt inside...these guys never cease to amaze me. Hot Damn! was great but I like this 10x more than hot damn! One of my favorite hardcore bands of all time and will be for years to come. Did anyone else notice where it said who was in the band it's missing the bassists name? Did he leave the band or something? Anways great band, great album, great musicianship just plain great great great!





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