Every time I die it calls up

EVERY TIME I DIE calls it up

EVERY TIME I DIE has resigned, just over a month after the band said it was working on its issues with the singer Keith Buckley “private.”

On December 3, the Buffalo-based outfit announced that it would play the last three concerts on its most recent tour without Buckley, who explains that the frontman took time off from the road to “rest and prepare” for the band’s holiday shows, called the annual events “‘TIME Season’.

Buckley later issued a statement on social media in which he accused his brother, EVERY TIME I DIE guitarist Jordan Buckley, and his other bandmates of platting “to replace me all the time.” He added that he was “expelled” from the band he had “built for 20 years because I made a decision to do whatever it took to become a good person.”

Keith Buckley managed to override his problems with the rest of EVERY TIME I DIE long enough to play the former “‘TIME Season’ concerts in the band’s hometown of Buffalo, December 10 and December 11. But earlier today, Jordan Buckley (Leading guitar), Andy Williams (rhythm guitar), Stephen Micciche (bass) and Clayton “Goose” Holyoak (drums) issued a statement in which they confirmed that they were unable to reach agreement with their alienated singer and actually went their separate ways.

The statement reads: “Andy, Jordan, Steve and Goose‘s last show with EVERY TIME I DIE was December 11, 2021.

“Although we were hoping to reach an agreed legal statement outlining the truth, today we were informed of something that is planned to be released, which is not mutually agreed, and which consists of inaccuracies and checks a narrative for benefit. for one.

“There has been no direct communication with Keith, because it is either impossible to communicate with him alone, or we have been cut off from any communication by himself.

EVERY TIME I DIE were these 5 members and we never moved or accepted any changes. There is simply no truth that the band continues with a new singer. Finally, we would not be where we are today without every single person who has backed the band in every way.

“Although we are extremely disappointed with how this was played online in front of you, your support and the memories we have because of you all will always be appreciated.

“See you soon. Forever grateful,

Andy, Jordan, Steve & Goose“.

Keith Buckley has since responded by sharing a letter sent to him by the law firm Savur lov, dated December 20, 2021, and said it had been detained by the rest of the band “for legal representation in connection with a separation agreement” between them and Buckley. The letter asks Buckley contact the law firm no later than December 27 to discuss “the terms and conditions of an amicable separation between the parties”. It also orders Buckley to “immediately cease and refrain from making any statements … that defame, demean or in any way criticize the band’s professional name, prestige, image, reputation, practice or conduct”. It also demands Buckley “immediately cease and waive all use of the band’s name, logo or other intellectual property until there is a formal signed separation agreement between the parties.”

EVERY TIME I DIE‘s ninth studio album, “Radical”, was released in October via Epitaph.

The band’s LPs “The Big Dirty “ (2007), “New unwanted aesthetics” (2009), “Ex Lives” (2012), “From unknown parts “ (2014) and “Lowest teens” all reached the top 50 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Both “Ex Lives” and “Lowest teens” was No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hard Rock album chart.


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