2016 release, the eighth album from the hardcore band. Every Time I Die have never been a typical hardcore act. The band have been forging their own musical and ideological path via their distinctive brand of aggressive music and unstoppable live shows. Low Teens may be their most poignant and impassioned album in a career full of sardonic illuminations and pit-inciting fervor. The album title refers to the average temperature readings last winter in the band's hometown of Buffalo, NY. The icy backdrop of Buffalo underscores a winter of dramatic change for the band. From a sonic standpoint, the most crucial development was writing with new drummer Daniel Davison. Fans of Every Time I Die's caustic combination of savage metallic hard-core and pentatonic riff-laden classic rock will not be disappointed by Low Teens' thrash attacks and Southern-boogie breakdowns. But Davison's heft, dexterity, and creativity pushed the band forward. The pressure drop that yielded Low Teens could have crippled a less-er band, but Every Time I Die weathered the winter to deliver their strongest offering to date because of, not in spite of, these hardships and roadblocks.This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.