Saturday, November 27
Show: | 8pm // Doors: | 7pm


EVERY TIME I DIE is a loud rock institution committed to leaving every nuanced outpouring of chaotic passion and blissful malcontent all over their records and on the stage. With boiling charisma and unrelenting energy to spare, the Buffalo band manages not one but
two near-impossible tasks. They’ve survived two decades as an underground entity cherished for coloring outside the lines, and contrary to most career arcs, continually improving with each successive album as they charge ahead. 

ETID makes a glorious hardcore-punk noise, alchemized by a swampy summoning of Southern rock’s coarse poetry. The music swirls beneath sardonic and clever wordplay, a combination cementing them as leaders, not followers. The band is recognized and revered for its anarchic explosiveness, artistic impulsiveness, and approachable camaraderie. It’s all interwoven with a visceral lack of the usual fucks. Revolver counted 2016’s Low Teens among the 25 Best Albums of the 2010s, and the follow-up, Radical, is no less revelatory. Once again produced by Will Putney (A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside, Body Count), Radical is 16 tracks of peak-ETID, including raucous new anthems like “Post-Boredom,” “Planet Shit,” “A Colossal Wreck,” “Desperate Pleasures,” and “AWOL.” 

Metal Hammer describes ETID as “one of the best live bands that you will ever see.” The diverse nature of their touring partners in recent years speaks volumes about their unique appeal: Fall Out Boy and Machine Gun Kelly; Coheed And Cambria and Mastodon. They’re Brendon Urie’s favorite band (the Panic! At The Disco singer even has an ETID tattoo) and dominated Ozzfest at the touring festival’s peak. The fivesome’s ability to thrive in disparate environments and the diversity of their following is a direct result of a steadfast focus on creative authenticity and resistance to outside forces. 

When Kerrang! asked Keith, in a 2019 interview, how the band stays ahead of the curve, he replied, “We don’t pay attention to the curve.” As the same article rightly observed: “Longevity is something that every band hopes to find in their careers. For Every Time I Die, that dream has become a reality.”
Brian Anken Every Time I Die is an American metalcore band from Buffalo, New York, formed in 1998. They have garnered acclaim for their energetic and intense live shows. They announced on July 14, 2008 that they had left their label Ferret Music and signed with Epitaph Records instead. Their eighth and latest studio album Low Teens was released through Epitaph on September 23, 2016. The band was established by brothers Keith and Jordan Buckley, whose father, Michael Buckley, lectures Computer Science and Engineering at the University at Buffalo.
68 is an American noise punk duo that formed in 2013. The two-piece band features guitarist and vocalist Josh Scogin, formerly of the hardcore band The Chariot, and drummer Nikko Yamada. The band The Chariot played its final show in November 2013, and a little over a week later, The Chariot vocalist Josh Scogin began teasing an announcement with a countdown timer on the website "theyare68.com". Once the timer ran out in December 2013, Scogin revealed that he formed a new band named '68 posted a two-song EP titled Midnight for sale online. The title of the EP and its two songs, "Three is a Crowd" and "Third Time is a Charm," are significant to Scogin.
CANDY has been constantly carrying out its cult & unintended post-punk noises for love & rage, based on youthfulness.