Like many musicians, Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley was a concert junkie back in the day. Now concertgoers are flocking to his shows. During a recent stop in Brooklyn, where Every Time I Die were playing two shows in one night at St. Vitus, we spoke to the singer about about his younger concert junkie self.
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Buffalo metal band Every Time I Die have been racking up the miles on the road, and during a recently stop at the St. Vitus bar in New York City, we had the chance to chat with frontman Keith Buckley. The singer talked about life on the road, his first time seeing tour mates Letlive live and also his admiration and obsession with Converge. He also reveals that 2014 will be dedicated to working on a brand new album. Check out our interview with Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley below:
Every Time I Die are known for their intensity onstage and frontman Keith Buckley is known for his wit and humor. During an interview prior to playing two insane shows at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, we asked the singer what he would like for Christmas. One of his answers was a common one, an item that many want this holiday, the other…not so much.
When the Allstars Tour came to New York City's Gramercy Theater, metal fans began to work up a sweat early on as they spent a full day in the crammed venue. With a dozen bands playing and doors opening at 2 PM, it made for one of the lengthiest shows of the year.
During our coverage of the 2013 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, we had the chance to catch up with Every Time I Die vocalist and lyrical mastermind Keith Buckley. Shortly after an incident where the band was forced to stop mid-performance at this year's JAMboree Festival due to gunfire, we got the inside scoop on what really happened that day, along with plenty more essential Every Time I Die knowledge.
Black Sabbath released 'God is Dead?' on April 18 as the band's first official single from the massively anticipated new album '13.' 'God is Dead?' was unleashed upon us all the day before the 2013 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival began, and to our surprise, most of the festival bands we interviewed hadn't actually heard the track yet. Thus, we busted out the iPod, attached some sweet Bose headphones and offered musicians from acts such as Anthrax, Hatebreed, Every Time I Die + others their first taste of '13.'