Get A Candid Look Through Buffalo, New York In Every Time I Die’s Marvelous“Map Change” Music Video


In celebration of possibly one of their most heartfelt tracks in their illustrious 19-year career, metalcore maestros Every Time I Die have just released a dark and candid love letter to their hometown Buffalo, New York. 

A la Microwave’s beautiful portrayal of Atlanta, Georgia, esteemed video director Kyle Thrash and the longtime Epitaph signees teamed up to share an honest yet masterful representation of The Queen City via the band’s music video for “Map Change.” Riddled with bar fights, strip clubs and plenty of high school wrestling (no clue if that was Andy Williams’ idea or not), the new visual doesn’t hold back in highlighting real and authentic Buffalonians.

To check out the new clip, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to pick up tickets to see Every Time I Die out on tour with Wage War and ‘68 here.         

[via NPR]