Former Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley has officially announced his new band, Many Eyes. The new outfit is completed by brothers Charlie and Nick Bellmore on guitar and drums.
Buckley was introduced to the duo by Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta. From there, the three have spent the past year working on music new together. In a statement, Buckley says that this will be a “significantly different” chapter in his life saying “It’ll be better…I’m better. I look forward to proving it, both onstage and off.”
Read Buckley’s full statement below.
Many Eyes will release their debut single, “Revelation” this Friday, October 13th via Jasta’s label, Perseverance Media Group.
The band will also be supporting Thursday on their recently announced “War All the Time Live” tour, which kicks off in January. Check out those dates here.
Fans have wondered what was next for Buckley following the dissolution of Every Time I Die. The band called it quits in 2022 due to long-standing internal dysfunction. Buckley revealed in a statement that “our problems with each other go back decades” and that the band “should have broken up in 2014.”
It’s time… pic.twitter.com/6Zlqh8ecwv
— Many Eyes (@manyeyes_music) October 9, 2023