(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.
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
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.
Neutral Ground is available via Tragic Hero Records.