Formed in 1998, Every Time I Die is a metalcore band that blends elements of southern rock, dissonant mathcore and hardcore punk into their style resulting in a unique, raucous sound. Their first demo tape was released in 1999 and was quickly followed by the publication of the EP titled Burial Plot Bidding War. Their lyrics are raw and emotively driven with titles such as "Affection at Gunpoint" and "After One Quarter of a Revolution." The Saw horror movie series features their tracks titled "We'rewolf" and "Roman Holiday" in sequels IV and VI respectively.
Every Time I Die continues to tour internationally, whether playing hits from their many albums and collaborations or in promotion of upcoming singles and album releases. Their performance venues often include the US, the UK, central Europe and throughout Asia.