PICS: Every Time I Die at the Observatory North Park

A three-headed hardcore beast comprised of Every Time I Die, Turnstile, and Angel Du$t ripped through the Observatory North Park recently.

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Every Time I Die hails from Buffalo, New York, and got their start in 1998. The band currently consists of Keith and Jordan Buckley (on vocals and guitar, respectively), Andy Williams (guitar), Stephen Micciche (bass, pictured), and Clayton Holyoak (drums).
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The group was originally founded by the Buckley brothers, and released their debut EP titled “Burial Plot Bidding War” in 2000. (Keith Buckley pictured)
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They've released eight studio albums so far in their career, beginning with 2001's debut LP "Last Night in Town." (Andy Williams pictured)
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Fun fact: In 2006, their song “The New Black” was featured as a bonus track in “Guitar Hero 2” and also in the Playstation 3 game “MotorStorm.”
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They signed with Epitaph Records in 2008.
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Their 2014 album, “From Parts Unknown,” peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard 200 chart. (Williams and Jordan Buckley, pictured left to right)
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The band's latest album, “Low Teens,” was released on June 22, 2016, to universal acclaim. Last year, the group was a featured headliner on the final run of the Vans Warped Tour (a tour they played seven times over the years).
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The tour's main support act, Turnstile, hail from Baltimore, Maryland and formed in 2010. They've released three EPs and two full-length studio albums.
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The band made is comprised of guitarist Brady Ebert, drummer Daniel Fang, vocalist Brendan Yates (pictured), bassist Franz Lyons and guitarist Pat McCrory.
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Turnstile released their sophomore studio album, "Time & Space," via Roadrunner Records on Feb. 23 -- their first for a major label. (Franz Lyons pictured)
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As you can see, Turnstile's manic shows are stuff of legend.
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Interesting fact: Following their 2015 tour with New Found Glory, the group's long-time guitarist, Sean Coo, stepped down and was replaced by McCrory (pictured) -- who, along with Turnstile drummer Daniel Fang, also plays in the Maryland-based hardcore band Angel Du$t.
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So it makes all the sense in the world that Angel Du$t would open the show, right?
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The group, headed by vocalist Justice Tripp (pictured foreground), dropped their debut album "A.D." in 2014 and then "Rock the F--- On Forever," in 2016.
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