It may not have a title yet but the band's new record is loud, heavy and punk according to vocalist Keith Buckley.
Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley checked in with Rock Sound as the band roll round the UK supporting Gallows on their headline tour.
''The new album is not yet done and we don't know what it is called yet,''Buckley admitted laughing. ''We still have stuff to finish on the record when we get back from this UK tour so we shall see about names then.''
However, the vocalist did confirm that a number of songs had been titled and 'For The Record', 'Roman Holiday', 'Turtles All The Way Down', 'Host Syndrome', 'One Quarter Of A Revolution' and 'The Marvelous Slut' will all be included on the band's fifth album, the last track being played live each night of the UK tour.
Above all Buckley is excited for fans to hear the new album. ''I am really surprised at how it came out,'' he said. ''I did not know that we had it in us to be this fast and heavy anymore. You listen to a lot of bands and you can pinpoint the exact time that the dudes decided they were too old for it and started going through the motions. We are not going through the motions on this record at all, it is a legit punk record.''
Catch the band with Gallows on the following dates:
06 - MANCHESTER Academy
08 - GLASGOW ABC1
09 - NEWCASTLE Academy
10 - LEEDS Metropolitan University
12 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
13 - NORWICH UEA
15 - OXFORD Academy
16 - BIRMINGHAM Academy
18 - BRISTOL Academy
19 - PORTSMOUTH Pyramid
21 - LONDON Forum