Everyone Dies In Utah

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Teetering 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.

Everyone Dies In Utah has attracted a loyal fan base from their self-released EP (“I Hope You Mean This Means War”), three full length albums (“Seeing Clearly”, “Polarities”, and “Neutral Ground”), and their InVogue Records debut single (“Chronophobia”). The band takes pride in being accessible to their fans and, in turn, tour extensively so they can create deeper connections with their audience. They’ve had opportunities to share the stage with well-known names like Memphis May Fire, The Color Morale, Affiance, Sirens and Sailors, Alesana, and Suicide Silence. “Chronophobia” has gained extremely positive reviews from new and long-time fans alike, helping to anticipate the band’s upcoming 2016 InVogue Records debut release. “Chronophobia” marks a new sound for the band as they move away from their tone in their previous album “Neutral Ground”, showing the band’s versatility and how they have matured in their songwriting skills. Everyone Dies In Utah has set the bar high and gained substantial traction in the scene with “Chronophobia”, and their upcoming 2016 release will only push them further.