Every Time I Die's Former Members Are in the Studio

"Post pandemic punk practice makes post pandemic punk perfect"

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Aug 9, 2022

Upon the "inevitable" breakup of Every Time I Die earlier this year, members of the Buffalo hardcore institution not named Keith Buckley expressed the desire to form a different band, and it seems they're well on their way if some social media teases are any indication.

Over the weekend, former ETID players Jordan Buckley (brother of vocalist Keith Buckley), Stephen Micciche and Clayton "Goose" Holyoak shared a series of photos and videos from a basement practice and and a studio session, clearly at work on some heavy new material.

Notably absent from the sessions was guitarist/pro wrestler Andy Williams, leaving Micciche to answer of his whereabouts, "Andy will be ready when Andy's ready. We're holding it down for him at the moment." You can find proof of the post-ETID jams below.

Every Time I Die's final album was 2021's Radical, which Exclaim! gave a 9/10 score. In January, every member but Keith Buckley shared a statement announcing the band's breakup after 23 years.

This past April, it was reported that Keith Buckley was working with ex-Deftones bassist Sergio Vega.

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