Every Time I Die have released a grainy, lo-fi music video to go with their new single “The Coin Has A Say” and premiered it through…Rolling Stone? Looks like the infamous outlet has been digging a little deeper into the heavier realm lately, so good for them. As far as the song goes, it’s a solid, quick ETID banger that carries a lot of the same sound from their previous record, From Parts Unknown. The upcoming album, Low Teens, is now available for pre-order and has an official release date of September 23rd.
So in case you haven’t heard the good news, those hardcore storytellers in Defeater are about to drop a new album called Abandoned on August 28th via Epitaph Records. Now, as many of you know, Defeater is an interesting band because all three of their previously released full-length albums have told the same story but through the eyes of different characters each time. While many fans speculated that this fourth record would tell the story of a family plagued by the effects of WWII from the mother’s side of the story, the release of their latest music video for the track “Spared In Hell” hint that it may take the perspective of the priest who made an appearance on the track “Cowardice” from 2008’s Travels.
Check out the video for “Spared In Hell” below and let us know where you think Defeater is headed with their fourth full-length installment.