Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley Launches New Band Many Eyes, Announces 2024 Tour

Debut single "Revelation" arrives on Friday

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Oct 10, 2023

Former Every Time I Die vocalist and lyricist Keith Buckley has lifted the curtain on a new band named Many Eyes.

After teasing that his new music had "never been heavier" in late 2022, Buckley has now revealed that he will front the new trio with brothers Charlie and Nick Bellmore, respectively handling guitar and drums. The band will make their debut this Friday (October 13) with single "Revelation."

Announcing the group's formation in a letter shared via social media, Buckley recalled how he was introduced to the Bellmore brothers by Jamey Jasta, sharing that the Hatebreed frontman "introduced me to them over a year ago and the three of us have not stopped writing since. Shout out to Jamey Jasta. He is, and always has been the realest."

Buckley also noted that the "brilliant" Bellmores — who have previously performed and recorded with Kingdom of Sorrow, Toxic Holocaust and more — both "write, produce & record all the songs" for Many Eyes. In his own post, Jasta revealed that he executive produced the trio's forthcoming debut album, due for release via his own Perseverance Media Group.

"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," Buckley's letter concludes. "I look forward to proving it, both on stage and off. See you out there. Love, me…Keith."

Many Eyes will hit the road in early 2024 supporting Thursday on a US tour. You can find those dates alongside Buckley's letter below.

Weeks into 2022, Every Time I Die announced their dissolution in a statement signed by all members save for Keith Buckley, who later issued a respective statement calling the metalcore outfit's breakup "inevitable." In April of this year, former ETID members Jordan Buckley, Clayton "Goose" Holyoak and Stephen Micciche formed new group Better Lovers.

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