Panic Records has announced the signing of CARRIDALE.

CARRIDALE is a band that is so rooted in their DIY ethic, that they fit in perfectly with the attitude that all of the Panic bands share.

Since their inception in 2005, CARRIDALE has worked relentlessly with multiple releases and countless tours under their belt. Nothing has ever been handed to CARRIDALE and what they've accomplished, they've more than earned.

The band started as an acoustic project in the apartment of vocalist, Nathan Edwards. After three years of songwriting and casual acoustic shows, Nathan resolved to turn the acoustic project into a serious band.

Fresh off a very successful tour of the U.K., CARRIDALE will release its newest effort, "The Wandering", via limited vinyl seven-inch on July 10.


Nathan Edwards (vocals)
Kyle Thorstad (rhythm guitar)
Kobi Childers (drums)
Wayne Wilson (bass)
Josh Rozanski (lead guitar)


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