Everybody Panic! Releases “Our Last Goodbye”

After first hitting play on Everybody Panic!’s “Our Last Goodbye,” I couldn’t help but think vocalist Ty had elements of Eddie Vedder in his voice. It all made sense once I read that the band has roots in Seattle, Washington, despite calling Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, home now.

Then I thought they had a ‘90s-era heavy metal sound, so it made sense that they’ve supported bands like Five Finger Death Punch, Godsmack, and Deftones on tour.

Everybody Panic! has just released the self-shot live performance video for the new track, “Our Last Goodbye,” which was shot while on tour with Mushroomhead. Have a watch right here on Yell! Magazine.

Everybody Panic! is a powerful four piece, consisting of Ty (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt) on vocals, Provo (Skinlab/Rikets) on guitars, Tony on bass, and Levi (Anti-mortem) on drums. Formed in 2012, and released their first self-produced EP independently in February 2013. That release would go on to sell over 3,000 copies through digital retailers.

Through hard work and dedication the band caught the attention of CaviGold Records and entered the famed and haunted Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, in March 2015, to record their follow-up, Attack, which features the highly charged single “No One Gets Out Alive,” mixed by Ulrich Wild (Static-X, Dethklok).

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The band is currently at CaviGold Studios in Orange, California, working on new music, videos, and more. Tours will be announced soon for spring/summer 2017.

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