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Metal bands that broke up in 2021

Posted by on June 24, 2022

  Musical partnerships come and go. Whether it’s a divergence in political beliefs, legal troubles, in-fighting or death that speed up the dissolution of a band, or a group just growing apart creatively, there are many reasons for bands to call it quits.  The year 2021 saw a handful of metal bands go their separate […]

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Some former members of Every Time I Die spotted playing together

Posted by on March 28, 2022

  The recent break up of Buffalo, New York’s beloved Every Time I Die, left many sad and heartbroken. Well, buck up, several former members of ETID have been spotted jamming together. Former guitarist Jordan Buckley, one half of the brother team of he and vocalist Keith Buckley, not included here, posted a pic of […]

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Metal By Numbers 1/26: A New Chart Under the Topsy

Posted by on February 21, 2022

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.     Notable Debuts: Underoath, Voyeurist (Fearless) Debut #8 7,100 sold Underoath is back and Spencer Chamberlain learned how to swear!           Fit For An Autopsy, Oh What The Future Holds(Nuclear Blast) […]

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Keith Buckley former vocalist of Every Time I Die, opens up about the band’s end on his solo tour

Posted by on February 10, 2022

  Keith Buckley, former Every Time I Die frontman is touring the UK and sharing his view regarding the breakup of the band. Buckley has been out on the road this week with Matt Stocks of the ‘Life In The Stocks’ podcast who is serving as host of his solo tour which sees Buckley being […]

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Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley and Stephen Micciche share separate statements on band’s split

Posted by on January 19, 2022

  Former Every Time I Die members Keith Buckley and Stephen Micciche have issued separate statements sharing their views on the Buffalo metalcore outfit’s split from earlier this week.   Former vocalist Keith Buckley shared the following on his Instagram: “There is absolutely no hate in my heart when I say that whatever is going […]

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Metal community responds to Every Time I Die calling it quits

Posted by on January 18, 2022

  Every Time I Die have sadly called it quits. Last night (17th), Jordan Buckley broke the news on Twitter with the following statement:   “Andy, Jordan, Steve and Goose‘s last show with Every Time I Die was on Dec 11, 2021. While we hoped to come to an agreed upon legal statement that outlined […]

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Metal Insider’s Combined Top 15 Albums of 2021

Posted by on December 30, 2021

  The 2021 entries are in for team Metal Insider’s best albums of 2021. In case you missed it, you can check out lists from Chris, Smitty, Kyle, Zenae, Bram, Matt, and Siegfried. While all lists are relatively different, we took an additional step to combine everyone’s picks based on comparison to make an ultimate […]

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Metal Insider’s Chris Annunziata’s Top 10 Albums of 2021

Posted by on December 30, 2021

  2021 had an abundance of great albums to listen to, which made deciding this year’s Top 10 Albums a struggle. Fortunately, I dug through and found the albums that really jumped out and made an impact. I also added an honorable mention section at the end of my Top 10 list, as there were […]

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Metal Insider’s Bram Teitelman’s Top 10 Albums of 2021

Posted by on December 23, 2021

  10) Deafheaven, Infinite Granite (Sargent House) Deafheaven has been divisive for years. Just the mere mention of them sends trve kvlt metalheads into conniptions, but they’ve always been interesting, and it’s been cool watching them move more towards shoegaze on their last few albums. Truly embracing it by working with Justin Meldal-Johnson (Beck, Nine Inch Nails, […]

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Eleven debut albums that turned twenty in 2021

Posted by on December 20, 2021

  One year removed from 2000, bringing us a new year, decade, century, and millennia, 2001 came rolling in with one simple question: “Now What?” The year 2000 brought its own set of questions and concerns, but the world hadn’t ended. The computer crash never came. There was no hellfire and brimstone. Life moved on. […]

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