When Every Time I Die split in January 2022, everyone who wasn’t vocalist Keith Buckley said they wanted to carry on as a new band. So guitarists Jordan Buckley and Andy Williams, bassist Stephen Micciche, and drummer Clayton “Goose” Holyoak appeared to have formed a new band and began jamming together. Then when it came time for the band to hit the studio, Williams seemed to be absent.
Jordan Buckley has now confirmed in an Instagram comment that Williams is not a part of the band due to his schedule as a professional wrestler. “Andy is not [in the band],” said Buckley. “He’s a full time wrestler and can’t tour full time at the moment.” So it’s not clear who’s in the Jordan Buckley band at the moment or what their name is, but I guess we’ll find out soon enough.
Williams and former Every Time I Die drummer Mike “Ratboy” Novak have been jamming together, though there’s no word on if they’ll also form some sort of project. Then there’s Keith Buckley, who says he’s got his own new band as well.
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Metal Injection – ANDY WILLIAMS Isn’t A Part Of JORDAN BUCKLEY’s Post-EVERY TIME I DIE Band
Author: Greg Kennelty
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January 24, 2023