Everyone Dies In Utah Premiere Lyric Video on Revolver

(Temple, TX) – Texas hardcore band Everyone Dies In Utah released their new album, Neutral Ground, on November 19 via Tragic Hero Records. Now they’ve teamed up with Revolver to premiere a music video for one of the tracks off the album, Land of 1,000 Kicks. It’s a synth heavy song with plenty of aggression and is not short on the melodic hooks.

Neutral Ground was produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, A Skylit Drive, Letter Kills) in his Cleveland, OH recording space Crushtone Studios and is available via all major online retailers.

Tour Dates
Nov 22nd – Dallas, TX @ Sons of Hermann Hall
Nov 23rd – Wichita Falls, TX @ The Mix
Nov 24th – Denver, CO @ The Church Nightclub
Nov 25th – Roswell, NM @ The Unity Center
Nov 26th – El Paso, TX @ The Garage Tequila Bar
About Everyone Dies In Utah:

 

Teetering between breakneck brutality and elegant, entrancing melody, the Temple, TX quintet Everyone Dies In Utah, formed in 2008, consisting of Danny Martinez  (Vocals, Keys, Synth), Keaton Smith (guitar), Trey Golden (Keys, Synth), Brandon Stoltz (guitar) and Ricky Williams (drums). 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 two full-length albums Seeing Clearly and +//- (Polarities). They’ve also toured tirelessly with bands such as Affiance, Sirens & 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.

In order to bring their singular vision to life on the new full-length album Neutral Ground, Everyone Dies In Utah enlisted platinum producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, A Skylit Drive, Letter Kills) to steer the wheel. Wirt pushed the band to levels that they themselves didn’t even know they were capable of. Together, the band and Wirt created an album with an impressive balance of dreadful somber lows and blazing, kick you in the face highs. Lyrically, the album stands as their best work yet, touching on many relatable issues.

“I wanted to hit stronger messages on this album instead of doing a whole concept behind it,” says vocalist Danny Martinez. ” I decided to write full songs that would hit certain people at home. Like one song is about being judged and coming together to be bigger than the people that try to push you around. There’s a song that’s about wanting to become better than you are and how you are going to have to go out and do something about it to make it happen. Then, there’s a couple I wrote about heartbreak, as well.”
 

Neutral Ground is available via Tragic Hero Records.

The Dead Rabbitts (FT. members of Escape The Fate) Sign to Tragic Hero Records

(Phoenix, AZ) – Craig Mabbitt’s (vocalist for Escape The Fate) new band The Dead Rabbitts announced that they have signed to Tragic Hero Records. The group will record their first full-length and follow up to their 2012 EP Edge of Reality with producer Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Motionless in White). Below is a statement made on the band’s official Facebook page.

So we are now scheduled to start recording with Andrew wade some new songs for a full length album, release date is TBD and will be released through tragic hero records, tour’s and all that good jazz will follow, we will keep you posted as thing’s get closer!!! And for those in AZ see you on december 21st!!
 

 

The Dead Rabbitts latest EP Edge of Reality is available now on iTunes.

 

About The Dead Rabbitts:
The Dead Rabbitts are a metalcore super group from Phoenix, AZ. The band is comprised of Craig Mabbitt (Escape The Fate), Alex Torres (Eyes Set to Kill, Greeley Estates, Alesana), Agustus Cryns, TJ Bell (Escape The Fate, Motionless in White), and Chris Julian. The music is reminiscent of Mabbitt’s previous groups Blessthefall and The Word Alive.

 

The Dead Rabbitts teamed up with To Write Love on Her Arms and PledgeMusic to release their first EP Edge of Reality. Through PledgeMusic, fans were able to pre-order the EP along with extra items such as signed CD’s, posters, concert tickets, and more. People who pre-ordered the album through the website, or “pledged”, would also be able to download the album earlier than others. When the pre-orders hit the target goal, 5% of the money raised would be donated to To Write Love On Her Arms. Pledgers would also receive updates and exclusive videos. Mabbitt released certain songs from the EP when the target percentage of donations reached certain points, such as 55% or 75%. The target was reached on October 4, 2012, and the album was released on October 19, 2012

 

After the release, The Dead Rabbitts set off on The Pizza Party Tour with Get Scared, Rob the Cartel, and As Thick As Thieves. Coming off of an impressive year, the group caught interest of Tragic Hero Records who signed the band and will release their first full-length album. The record will be produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Motionless in White).

Everyone Dies In Utah Premiere Lyric Video on ARTISTdirect

(Temple, TX) – The post-hardcore band Everyone Dies In Utah released their new album Neutral Ground yesterday via Tragic Hero Records, entering the iTunes Alternative charts at No. 44. Today, the band premieres a lyric video for the song The Story So Far on ARTISTdirect.com.

Everyone Dies In Utah will also be taking the time to conduct a Reddit AMA tomorrow where they will be answering questions from fans about the new album, touring, and anything else. Search for the band’s AMA on Reddit tomorrow at 5pm EST.

Neutral Ground was produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, A Skylit Drive, Letter Kills) in his Cleveland, OH recording space Crushtone Studios.

Tour Dates
Nov 22nd – Dallas, TX @ Sons of Hermann Hall
Nov 23rd – Wichita Falls, TX @ The Mix
Nov 24th – Denver, CO @ The Church Nightclub
Nov 25th – Roswell, NM @ The Unity Center
Nov 26th – El Paso, TX @ The Garage Tequila Bar
About Everyone Dies In Utah:

 

Teetering between breakneck brutality and elegant, entrancing melody, the Temple, TX quintet Everyone Dies In Utah, formed in 2008, consisting of Danny Martinez  (Vocals, Keys, Synth), Keaton Smith (guitar), Trey Golden (Keys, Synth), Brandon Stoltz (guitar) and Ricky Williams (drums). 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 two full-length albums Seeing Clearly and +//- (Polarities). They’ve also toured tirelessly with bands such as Affiance, Sirens & 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.

In order to bring their singular vision to life on the new full-length album Neutral Ground, Everyone Dies In Utah enlisted platinum producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, A Skylit Drive, Letter Kills) to steer the wheel. Wirt pushed the band to levels that they themselves didn’t even know they were capable of. Together, the band and Wirt created an album with an impressive balance of dreadful somber lows and blazing, kick you in the face highs. Lyrically, the album stands as their best work yet, touching on many relatable issues.

“I wanted to hit stronger messages on this album instead of doing a whole concept behind it,” says vocalist Danny Martinez. ” I decided to write full songs that would hit certain people at home. Like one song is about being judged and coming together to be bigger than the people that try to push you around. There’s a song that’s about wanting to become better than you are and how you are going to have to go out and do something about it to make it happen. Then, there’s a couple I wrote about heartbreak, as well.”
 

Neutral Ground is available via Tragic Hero Records.

Everyone Dies In Utah Stream their New Album Early on Altpress.com

(Temple, TX) – Head over to AltPress.com to hear the new Everyone Dies In Utah record early. Neutral Ground will be available tomorrow via all major online retailers.

“I wanted to hit stronger messages on this album instead of doing a whole concept behind it,” says vocalist Danny Martinez. “I decided to write full songs that would hit certain people at home. Like one song is about being judged and coming together to be bigger than the people that try to push you around. There’s a song that’s about wanting to become better than you are and how you are going to have to go out and do something about it to make it happen. Then there are a couple I wrote about heartbreak, as well.”

Neutral Ground was produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, A Skylit Drive, Letter Kills) in his Cleveland, OH recording space Crushtone Studios and will be released on 11/19/13.
About Everyone Dies In Utah:
Teetering between breakneck brutality and elegant, entrancing melody, the Temple, TX quintet formed in 2008, consisting of Danny Martinez (Vocals, Keys, Synth), Trey Golden (Keys, Synth), Keaton Smith (guitar), Brandon Stoltz (guitar), Nolan Bailey (bass) and Ricky Williams (drums). 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 then Seeing Clearly. They’ve also toured tirelessly with bands such as Affiance, Sirens and Sailors, Bleach Blonde, The Overseer and more. They know that it is very important to be accessible to their fans and do not plan on getting off the road any time soon

Jesse Cash (ERRA) to Host REDDIT AMA Today

(Birmingham, AL) – Guitarist and vocalist Jesse Cash from the progressive metalcore band ERRA will be talking with fans today via Reddit AMA at 5 p.m (Eastern Time).

Cash will be answering questions about the band’s new album Augment, their upcoming tour with I, The Breather, and more. Ask Cash anything by searching for his AMA on Reddit today at 5 p.m EST.

Augment is available on iTunes and the Tragic Hero Merch Now Store.

ABOUT ERRA:
ERRA is a five piece progressive metalcore band hailing from Birmingham, Alabama that formed in 2009. Their namesake comes from Akkadian mythology and represents mayhem (something that comes to mind when giving them a listen). The band, consisting of Garrison Lee, Jesse Cash, Alan Rigdon, Sean Price and Alex Ballew, solidified their technical sound after relentlessly practicing and writing. They take their influences from well respected groups like Misery Signals, Born of Osiris, As I Lay Dying and Saosin, and thrive on being creative and showcasing their talent through their intense live performances. Erra takes great pleasure in offering their refreshing sound in a sometimes stale and over-saturated market. It’s not about fashion or status; it’s about using raw talent and energy to create genuine songs that will give hope to the listener.

Their latest offering Augment was released on Tragic Hero Records and maintains their technical ability, while presenting songs with the potential to embrace a broader audience. The word “Augment” means to enhance or grow, which is what the band believes they have achieved on this album. “It’s a very appropriate title based on everything we are trying to accomplish and all the growth we have gone through since our last record,” says guitarist Jesse Cash. “Nothing is taken away or watered down, only improved upon, and if anything, we accentuated all the parts that people wanted to hear more of this time around.”

The band has toured extensively with The Plot In You, MyChildren, MyBride, Fit For a King and performed at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, which featured Anthrax, Hatebreed, Dillinger Escape Plan, and Suicidal Tendencies, etc. Erra doesn’t let success go to their heads though; their true idea of success hinges on bringing a product that has replay value for years to come.

ERRA ANNOUNCE NEW TOUR WITH I, THE BREATHER AND SIRENS & SAILORS

(Birmingham, AL) – Progressive metalcore band ERRA have announced a new tour in December with I, The Breather and Sirens & Sailors. Hot off the heels of their new album Augment, which debuted at number one on the Billboard Heatseekeers chart, the band is expected to be a crowd favorite.

SAT 12/14 RICHMOND, VA @ KINGDOM
SUN 12/15 ANNAPOLIS, MD @ KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
MON 12/16 TRENTON, NJ @ CHAMPIONSHIP BAR & GRILL
TUE 12/17 ALBANY, NY @ BOGIES
WED 12/18 AMITYVILLE, NY @ REVOLUTION
THU 12/19 NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI @ COLUMBUS CLUB
SUN 12/22 WEST SPRINGFIELD, VA @ EMPIRE

Augment is available on iTunes and the Tragic Hero Merch Now Store.
ABOUT ERRA:
ERRA is a five piece progressive metalcore band hailing from Birmingham, Alabama that formed in 2009. Their namesake comes from Akkadian mythology and represents mayhem (something that comes to mind when giving them a listen). The band, consisting of Garrison Lee, Jesse Cash, Alan Rigdon, Sean Price and Alex Ballew, solidified their technical sound after relentlessly practicing and writing. They take their influences from well respected groups like Misery Signals, Born of Osiris, As I Lay Dying and Saosin, and thrive on being creative and showcasing their talent through their intense live performances. Erra takes great pleasure in offering their refreshing sound in a sometimes stale and over-saturated market. It’s not about fashion or status; it’s about using raw talent and energy to create genuine songs that will give hope to the listener.

Their latest offering Augment was released on Tragic Hero Records and maintains their technical ability, while presenting songs with the potential to embrace a broader audience. The word “Augment” means to enhance or grow, which is what the band believes they have achieved on this album. “It’s a very appropriate title based on everything we are trying to accomplish and all the growth we have gone through since our last record,” says guitarist Jesse Cash. “Nothing is taken away or watered down, only improved upon, and if anything, we accentuated all the parts that people wanted to hear more of this time around.”

The band has toured extensively with The Plot In You, MyChildren, MyBride, Fit For a King and performed at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, which featured Anthrax, Hatebreed, Dillinger Escape Plan, and Suicidal Tendencies, etc. Erra doesn’t let success go to their heads though; their true idea of success hinges on bringing a product that has replay value for years to come.

ERRA THANKS FANS FOR HELPING THEM DEBUT AT #1

(Birmingham, AL) – This week is an exciting week for Tragic Hero Record‘s band ERRA. The group’s brand new full-length album Augment has debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, as well as No. 117 on the Billboard Top 200.

“We’re all just really grateful for the people who bought the album this past week,” says guitarist Jesse Cash. “I think a lot of them won’t understand just how much their small contribution adds up. By buying the album, they’ve greatly pushed us forward. All the great tours we’ve wanted to be on over the last couple years will finally be attainable. We offer a totally genuine thank you to everyone who purchased ‘Augment’.”
 
Augment was produced and engineered by Brian Hood at 456 Recordings and is available on all online major markets including iTunes and MerchNOW. As another gesture of their gratitude, ERRA will be taking over the Instagram and Twitter account of the Idobi show Howl. Look for the announcement on the band’s Facebook page. They will be giving fans an inside look at their current life on the road for The Predatour with Ice Nine Kills, Famous Last Words, Sirens & Sailors, and Chasing Safety.
ABOUT ERRA:
ERRA is a five piece progressive metalcore band hailing from Birmingham, Alabama that formed in 2009. Their namesake comes from Akkadian mythology and represents mayhem (something that comes to mind when giving them a listen). The band, consisting of Garrison Lee, Jesse Cash, Alan Rigdon, Sean Price and Alex Ballew, solidified their technical sound after relentlessly practicing and writing. They take their influences from well respected groups like Misery Signals, Born of Osiris, As I Lay Dying and Saosin, and thrive on being creative and showcasing their talent through their intense live performances. Erra takes great pleasure in offering their refreshing sound in a sometimes stale and over-saturated market. It’s not about fashion or status; it’s about using raw talent and energy to create genuine songs that will give hope to the listener.

Their latest offering Augment was released on Tragic Hero Records and maintains their technical ability, while presenting songs with the potential to embrace a broader audience. The word “Augment” means to enhance or grow, which is what the band believes they have achieved on this album. “It’s a very appropriate title based on everything we are trying to accomplish and all the growth we have gone through since our last record,” says guitarist Jesse Cash. “Nothing is taken away or watered down, only improved upon, and if anything, we accentuated all the parts that people wanted to hear more of this time around.”

The band has toured extensively with The Plot In You, MyChildren, MyBride, Fit For a King and performed at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, which featured Anthrax, Hatebreed, Dillinger Escape Plan, and Suicidal Tendencies, etc. Erra doesn’t let success go to their heads though; their true idea of success hinges on bringing a product that has replay value for years to come.