Every Time I Die are back and we’re all thanking our lucky stars that they are and with their new album The Big Dirty, they’ve taken a giant leap up towards greatness. Their previous efforts were brilliant, no doubt about that, but the anger, energy and power in this new record transcends everything they’ve done, eclipsing their older material in one fell swoop.
It’s still got the groove that swaggers around like a lottery winner amongst paupers and opening track No Son Of Mine kicks things off as they mean to go on with their typical brand of sonic carnage. With this trend continuing through tracks Cities And Years and the Teen Wolf inspired video led track We’rewolf, there’s no let up as the band pump beats and crunch guitars louder and harder than ever before.
The track you can hear is Pigs Is Pigs and is a perfect example of what to expect from the rest of the record. Turn that fucking dial up suckers. In the words of James Sherry: “Just say it fucking rocks dude”.