THE RELAPSE SYMPHONY: 'Panic (Time's Running Out)' Lyric Video Released

THE RELAPSE SYMPHONY may have originated from Washington D.C., but their style, image, sound and attitude are straight from the Sunset Strip in its debaucherousfilled heyday. The five-song "Time's Running Out" EP, which was released on December 4 via Standby Records, has announced their arrival to the world with passion and intensity, issuing a warning to pretenders that THE RELAPSE SYMPHONY means business. The EP can be ordered through Amazon and iTunes.

The band recently completed work on a lyric video for the song "Panic (Time's Running Out)". Today the video is receiving its premiere below.

According to a press release, "THE RELAPSE SYMPHONY combines the bombastic, emotive theatrics of MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE, the unstoppably melodic but jagged punk hooks of GREEN DAY and the forceful, confident and party-going atmosphere of SKID ROW in a way that's fresh and original. They've taken these components and structured a sound that sounds as vital today as 'Youth Gone Wild' back in the day. It's the sound of the greatest bands of yesterday colliding with the anxiousness of today."

THE RELAPSE SYMPHONY is:

Bret Von Dehl - Vocals
JC Charles - Guitar
Alex Foxx - Guitar
Brandon Kile - Bass
Tyler Gloyd - Drums

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