"Low Teens" marks the eighth full-length project from the southern hardcore outfit Every Time I Die. Much of the lyrical content contributed by frontman Keith Buckley was inspired by events surrounding the birth of his first child. The intense experience revolving around the complications of the pregnancy had a number of lasting effects which will be apparent in the lyrics. The actual title of the album is a ode to how cold it was during that time and during the making of the record. This will also be the first record with Daniel Davidson on the drums. This is one of the most consistently great bands in the music industry and only greatness can be expected.