Jordan Buckley Mathcore Artist

Jordan buckley

Jordan Buckley Born 15 November 1981 is one of two guitarists for the Southern Metal band Every Time I Die and the brother of the lead singer, Keith Buckley. He grew up in West Seneca, New York. He has an older brother, Keith Buckley, who is the vocalist in the same band, and a sister named Jaclyn. His father, Michael Buckley, is a faculty member at SUNY Buffalo, in the Computer Science department . Jordan is married to actress and model Kate Brenner. In 1998, he and his brother Keith established the band Every Time I Die in Buffalo, NY. They have released 5 albums to date. On January 4, 2006, Jordan and his fellow band-mates were in a van accident but escaped unharmed. Earlier in his life, Jordan was in college studying Illustration. "I actually dropped out of college. I used to draw and I went to college for illustration, and I couldn’t do the drawing and band thing at the same time because we were just getting offered a lot of tours. So I had to drop out and ever since I did I kind of felt bad that I gave up on it", Jordan said in an interview.

Personal details

Date of birth
November 15th, 1981
United States of America



Musical acts

1.Every Time I Die Post-hardcore, Hardcore punk, Punk rock, Metalcore, Southern rock, Mathcore, Sludge metal, Heavy metal, Rock music

1998 -

Every Time I Die is a American metalcore band from Buffalo, New York, formed in 1998. Their musical style is rooted in technical hardcore with strong southern rock and mathcore elements, and is also characterised by their literary, bitingly sarcastic lyrics. They have also garnered critical and fan acclaim for their high energy, intense live shows. The band announced on July 14, 2008 that they had left Ferret Music and signed with Epitaph. Their seventh studio album, From Parts Unknown, was released on July 1, 2014.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Vocals 1998
Andy Williams
Guitar 1998
Guitar 1998
Aaron Ratajczak
Bass 1999 2001
Stephen Micciche
Bass 2001 2005
Bass 2007 2011
Ryan Leger
Percussion, Drums 2009

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