Ex-Every Time I Die Singer Keith Buckley Announces New Band: Many Eyes

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In a new video statement he has shared on X (formerly Twitter), ex-Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley has announced his new band: Many Eyes.

In January 2022, the Buffalo, New York metalcore band Every Time I Die announced they had broken up. Following this news, Keith Buckley put out a statement addressing his side of complaints involving the band. Sometime after this statement, the vocalist opened up about his personal struggles and ETID’s future.

In the time following the disbandment, former Every Time I Die members Jordan Buckley, Clayton “Goose” Holyoak, and Stephen Micciche started a new band called Better Lovers.

Now, just a few months shy of the two-year anniversary of Every Time I Die’s end, Keith Buckley has announced his new band.

In a new video statement shared via the Many Eyes X account, Buckley talks about how the band came to be, mentioning that Hatebreed singer Jamey Jasta introduced him to the other members that make up Many Eyes.

While he doesn’t provide a release date for when any music will come out, Buckley says this new band will be “significantly different” compared to other past projects.

Below is the entirety of Keith Buckley’s new statement about Many Eyes (as transcribed by Revolver).

We will keep you posted on when the band releases music.

“Dear you… Sup. It’s me, Keith. Just wanted to let you know that I have a new band. It’s called Many Eyes. Two brothers named Charlie and Nick Bellmore play guitar and drums, respectively.

“They also write, produce and record all the songs. I think they’re brilliant and I’m confident that you will too.

“Jamey Jasta introduced me to them over a year ago and the three of us have not stopped writing since. Shoutout to Jamey Jasta, he is and always has been the realest.

“Many Eyes marks the beginning of a new chapter in my story. One that promises to be significantly different from the ones that preceded it.

“It’ll be better. I’m better. I look forward to proving it, both onstage and off. See you out there. Love, me, Keith.”