Every Time I Die – After One Quarter Of A Revolution

New Junk Aesthetic is the fifth studio album by American Metalcore band Every Time I Die. It was released on September 15, 2009. It was the band’s first album to be released by their new record label, Epitaph Records. The album artwork was created by guitarist Jordan Buckley.

The album was subject to very positive reviews. AbsolutePunk.net reviewer Drew Beringer gave an overall verdict of 91%, saying “The truth is Every Time I Die has never sounded better, and New Junk Aesthetic, musically speaking, should be classified as a weapon of mass destruction” as well as praising the album’s guitar work.” Mindequalsblown.net gave the album four and a half stars out of five, commenting “Fusing the heavy southern groove rock and melody of 2007′s The Big Dirty with the technical chaotic power of 2003′s Hot Damn!, New Junk Aesthetic brings you the best of both worlds in a whirlwind of heavy guitars and chaotic vocals.” Another positive review came from Sputnikmusic staff reviewer Adam Thomas, commenting on how it is a fusion of all the band’s previous albums, and “To put it simply, there’s something for everyone.” Allmusic gave the album three and a half stars and writes “Every Time I Die sounds energized and passionate, delivering its blend of old and new sounds with a directness that gives the ferocious music an unusually broad appeal.”