Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley To Release New Novel “Watch”

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley has announced that he will be releasing a new novel, titled “Watch,” in August. Pre-orders are available via Rare Bird Books.


The following synopsis was shared:

“When John Harvey’s watch stops working on the morning of February 3rd, 1987, he has an epiphany. It occurs to him that every personal trauma he is trying to forget has had one thing in common: they all occurred at some point on the face of that very watch. The loss of his job, the death of his child, Zola’s suicide, all contained right there in that tiny circle of finite numbers. So he smashes the watch. Problem solved.

But when John steps out the door to make his daily trek to the local bar as a man newly freed from the tyrannies of time, he is met by a snowstorm that renders him completely blind, and a walk that should have taken just a few minutes begins to feel like years.

Because as John Harvey wanders alone through the snow with no sun nor sign to guide him, the 28 year old misanthrope is confronted by the vivid manifestation of every ghost he has devoted his lonely life to avoiding. In the storm he is forced to finally accept the suffering he has been hiding from.

In the storm he is forced to understand that the only thing worse than never truly seeing is never truly being seen. In the storm he is forced, for once, to watch.”


Every Time I Die Launch Curling For A Cure Auction

Every Time I Die previously announced that their annual holiday show will take place at the Buffalo River Works in Buffalo, NY on December 16, and have now launched a Curling For A Cure auction, which allows fans to bid on a chance to curl with some of the bands at the event. Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose, Pup, Reggie & The Full Effect, Frank Iero + The Patience, and Vein are all taking part in the auction, which is now open HERE. Proceeds will benefit the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Sister’s Hospital.

Every Time I Die Guitarist Jordan Buckley Broke His Foot

It looks like Every Time I Die guitarist Jordan Buckley has broken his foot. The band and Buckley shared the below posts:

You can call me Phil Anselmo because I’M BROKEN!

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Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley Reportedly Being Sued By Audience Member After Crowdsurfing Injury

Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley is reportedly being sued by a woman named Tonya Ross, who ended up with a concussion and neck fracture after he allegedly hit her in the head while jumping in the crowd. The incident occured at the band’s August 13 show at Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac, MI, with Taking Back Sunday. It is worth noting that Buckley was unaware of the lawsuit until he saw reports online.

[via The PRP]

Every Time I Die Announce 2017 Holiday Show

Every Time I Die have revealed the details for their annual holiday show. The event will take place at the Buffalo River Works in Buffalo, NY on December 16, and it will include performances from Every Time I Die, Eighteen Visions, Pup, Reggie & The Full Effect, Frank Iero + The Patience, Knocked Loose, Vein, and Bungler, as well as a pro wrestling event.

Every Time I Die & Daniel Davison Comment On Recent Split

It was previously revealed that Every Time I Die had parted ways with drummer Daniel Davison, and had recruited Clayton “Goose” Holyoak (ex-Norma Jean). Now, the band and Davison have both issues statements, which you can read in the below Instagram posts:

As some of you may have already heard, I am no longer playing drums in ETID. On the recent tour with TBS I let the guys know that it would be my last tour. It wasn't an easy decision, as I absolutely loved playing and creating music with them, however the amount of touring wasn't sustainable for me anymore. So after much consideration, I felt it was best that I move on. It was an extremely amicable exit – I'm happy for the future of ETID and I am excited about starting a new chapter for myself. I'll never forget the incredible experiences that made up my time in ETID. The shows were absolutely unbelievable, life giving. The time spent writing and recording LOW TEENS together was one of the most prolific, focused, and enjoyable experiences that I've ever had as a musician. I'm very grateful for my time spent with Andy, Jordan, Steve, and Keith – I love and respect them all very much as people and musicians and I wish them the best. Thank you so much to all of you who have supported ETID – past, present, and future – it truly doesn't go unnoticed. May the inimitable force that is Every Time I Die continue to move forward strong.

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Every Time I Die Part Ways With Drummer Daniel Davison

During Every Time I Die’s September 27 show in Portland, ME, Keith Buckley confirmed that drummer Daniel Davison has exited the band. For now, the group have recruited Clayton “Goose” Holyoak (Norma Jean).

There have been a few people that have been curious as of what I've been up to musically lately. I Was in San Diego writing with some friends less than a week ago when I got a text. I finished the time we had writing and flew to buffalo to learn 17 songs in the 4 days I had before we left for tour. I know there's no footage of me but I swear I'm that little rocker in the back. Thank you to everyone who has supported me and cheered me a long the way! I really don't know how I would convince myself this was possible if it wasn't for you. @lexilazaro @dreudamn @johnaldfinn and my amazing mother that constantly reminds me that I can do anything. It's been a stressful past 5 days but this shit pays off! Keep following your dreams!

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[via The PRP]