The former vocalist for beloved Buffalo aggressors Every Time I Die, Keith Buckley, has been teasing new music for some time now. As for the vehicle for said new music, that picture has now become a bit clearer, as Buckley recently confirmed the start of his new project, Many Eyes.
Issuing a video of a written statement on his socials, Buckley revealed a few important details about his next creative chapter. The band is rounded out by brothers Nick and Charlie Bellmore. The musicians were in Kingdom of Sorrow along with Kirk Windstein and Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed.
Buckley also went onto thank Jasta for introducing Buckley to the Bellmores - which Buckley said have been writing together since they met. The brothers Bellmore have also recently contributed to projects that Jasta produced, including albums for Dee Snider and Tim "Ripper" Owens.
Jasta's involvement goes much further than making an introduction. Along with the confirmation of the new project, Buckley and Many Eyes have announced their debut single, "Revelation" will land this Friday October 13th and will be released via Jasta's own, Perseverance Media Group.
Additionally, the band have confirmed they will be headed out on tour next year as support for Thursday, whio will be marking the 21st anniversary tour of their acclaimed album, War All The Time.
Buckley shared of the news, “Each member of MANY EYES may have a long history of touring behind them, but this upcoming run with Thursday and Rival Schools promises to be a first for all of us in every way,” said Buckley.
“There is a new energy here and we hope that everyone who feels it carries it with them forever.”
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