| Keith Buckley|
| November 19, 1979 (age 36)
Buffalo, New York, U.S. (1979-11-19) |
West Seneca, New York, U.S.
Heavy metal, hardcore punk, Southern rock
Musician, songwriter, high school English teacher (formerly)
Vocals, piano, guitar, keyboard
Every Time I Die (Since 1998), The Damned Things (Since 2009)
Jordan Buckley, Jaclyn Buckley
Jordan Buckley, Josh Newton, Rob Caggiano, Andy Williams, Stephen Micciche
Keith Buckley Wikipedia
Keith Buckley (born November 19, 1979) is an American rock musician, best known as the vocalist and lyricist of the metalcore band Every Time I Die and the heavy metal supergroup The Damned Things.
Buckley was born in Buffalo, New York, United States. He attended Virginia Tech and then the University at Buffalo before doing music full-time. He is also a former English teacher.
In 1998 Keith established the band Every Time I Die with his brother Jordan Buckley in Buffalo, NY. He describes Every Time I Die as a "Buffalo Bills tailgate party and a high school kegger". During tours, they enjoy setting their hair on fire and drinking. One of Keith's writing tactics is to get incoherently drunk and see what comes out.
On January 4, 2006, Keith and Every Time I Die were in a van accident but escaped unharmed.
Keith also has a tattoo of Spock's head on a lawn chair, day dreaming about what he (Spock) would look like with a moustache. Spock has a tear coming out of his eye because he cannot grow a moustache.
He once joined Dillard Raymer and members of Fall Out Boy live to play a cover of Pantera's "Walk".
Buckley is a member of Finale, his side project. The two-piece plays indie and acoustic music. Keith lent his vocal talents to an R&B hook in Chae Hawk's track "PBS" and also "Stockholm Sindrome," a track with Philly/Pittsburgh electro-clash artist Pfunkt. He is also featured with Corey Letson on Four Year Strong's 90s cover album Explains It All covering the song "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" by The Smashing Pumpkins.
He is also a member of supergroup The Damned Things, founded in 2009, alongside members of Fall Out Boy and Anthrax. The band released its debut album Ironiclast in 2010, but is on indefinite hiatus since 2012.
Keith will be releasing his first novel "Scale" in December 2015 through Rare Bird Books and Lit.
Keith is a member of an indie electro duo named 'Tape' alongside Joshua Hurley.
He has a younger brother, Jordan Buckley, who is a guitarist in the same band, and a younger sister named Jaclyn. He married his high school sweetheart, Lindsay on October 31, 2009, and the two had a child in December 2015.