Everyone Dies In Utah Release New Single

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Everyone Dies In Utah have released their new single, “Chronophobia,” via the InVogue Records YouTube Channel.

The single is off of their label debut upcoming self titled record due out late Spring 2016. It’s available now via iTunes and Amazon.

“For our first single on InVogue Records, we wanted to convey the changes that we’ve been through recently, and we feel “Chronophobia” accurately reflects who we are now. The song is a departure from our last album and it was written about the anxiety that time and the future gives a person. We hope the fans enjoy this song as this is just the taste of our new self-titled album that we are really excited about!” – Danny Martinez, Lead Singer of Everyone Dies In Utah

Check out Everyone Dies In Utah’s “Chronophobia” below!


About Everyone Dies In Utah

unnamedTeetering between breakneck brutality and elegant, entrancing melody, the Temple, TX Everyone Dies In Utah, formed in 2008, consisting of Danny Martinez (Lead Vocals, Screams), Trey Golden (Keys, Synth), Keaton Smith (guitar), Nathan Ross Chase-Meadows (drums), Cameron Easter (guitar) and Daniel Tharp (Bass). The name of the band began as a joke, but stuck with them as time went on. It derives from the fact that the death rate in Utah was at one time higher than any other state.

So far, Everyone Dies In Utah has continually connected on a deep level with its passionate fan base. Since hitting the scene, they’ve attracted a rabid audience over the course of their self-released EP, I Hope You Realize This Means War in 2009 and the three full-length albums Seeing Clearly, +//- (Polarities) and Neutral Ground. They’ve also toured tirelessly with bands such as Affiance, Sirens and Sailors, Bleach Blonde, The Overseer and more. The band knows that it is very important to be accessible to their fans and do not plan on getting off the road any time soon.

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