Former Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley has returned with a new band. They’re called Many Eyes and he’s joined by brothers Charlie and Nick Bellmore, who play guitar and drums respectively.
The sibling duo also play in US sludge act Kingdom of Sorrow. Additionally, Nick is a former member of the thrash band, Toxic Holocaust.
The trio have also shared their debut track. ‘Revelation’ captures the same ravaged energy Buckley’s former band had with his distinctive clean and screaming vocals dominating throughout.
On the meaning behind the track, Buckley told Kerrang! it’s about “recognising evil and having the courage, the wisdom and the faith to face it directly. I hope anyone who listens to this song feels empowered to confront injustice, no matter what form it takes in their lives.”
‘Revelation’ is taken from an upcoming album that has been executive produced by Hatebreed‘s Kingdom of Sorrow, Toxic Holocaust Jamey Jasta, and will also be released on his Perseverance Media Group label.
When did Every Time I Die break up and what are the other members doing now?
In January 2022, Every Time I Die cancelled a UK tour and then announced the band had split up days later.
Since then guitarist Jordan Buckley, drummer Clayton “Goose” Holyoak, and bassist Stephen Micciche have formed a new band. Better Lovers formed earlier this year alongside vocalist Greg Puciato and guitarist Will Putney. Their debut EP, ‘God Made Me an Animal’, was released in July on Sharptone Records.
As for former Every Time I Die guitarist Andy Williams, he has shifted his focus to his full-time role in professional wrestling. Since November 2019, Williams has been apart of the All Elite Wrestling roster, wrestling under the name of ‘the Butcher’, often alongside his tag team partner, ‘the Blade’.