Every Time I Die: Metalcore band announce they are breaking up after fallout with frontman Keith Buckley
Metalcore band Every Time I Die have announced they are breaking up, amid what appears to be a fallout between their frontman and the four other bandmembers
The news was confirmed in a joint statement put out by members Jordan Buckley, Andy Williams, Stephen Micciche and Clayton “Goose” Holyoak.
It is understood that the break-up follows a disagreement between members of the band and Every Time I Die’s frontman, Keith Buckley.
Last year, Buckley announced he was taking a sudden leave from performing, citing the need to care for his mental health.
On social media, various members of the band wrote “RIP ETID 98-2” signifying the years the outfit were active.
The full statement announced that the band would not be performing another show, with their final gig taking place on 11 December last year.
On December 20, 2021, Keith Buckley posted a letter from Savur Law. The company was hired, according to the letter, “in conjunction with a separation agreement”.