Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley on The MetalSucks Podcast #241
This week we talk to Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley about his new novel Watch. We also discuss his first novel Scale, the authors that influenced him, the importance of writing what you know, the risks he took on the new book, the difference between turning in finished records to labels and books to an editor, the magic behind the song “Map Change,” the importance of producer Will Putney on the lyrics of Every Time I Die’s latest album Low Teens, an update on new music and much more.
Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn break down the preview clip released by the reactivated As I Lay Dying. Who is in the band? Will their comeback be successful? We also discuss the Slayer fan who swam back into a a concert after getting kicked out.
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Every Time I Die – “Just As Real But Not As Brightly Lit”
Every Time I Die – “Map Change”