VIDEO PREMIERE: Hard Rockers WORLDWIDE PANIC Share Rendition of TEARS FOR FEARS “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”

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Unrelenting LA-based hard rock/metal quartet Worldwide Panic have premiered with us today their re-imagined rendition of Tears For Fears smash hit “Everyone Wants to Rule the World”, and the official video for the cover can be seen below. The band’s self-titled LP will see an independent release on February 17.

Speaking about the rendition the band shares: “It’s always on our radar to do cover songs and re-imaginings of songs. This one was a challenge how to pay homage to it but add our flavor. I think in the end it really breathes new life into this classic song in the best way. Hope you enjoy it!” 

Regarding the experience of filming the video they add: “This video was filmed in multiple locations in the Phoenix area. It took us all a great deal of prep to make this happen. Also, this was my first time producing a video. I think we all let our hair down and had fun and we hope you all get that vibe when you see the video.”  

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Worldwide Panic is a hard rock/heavy metal band based in Los Angeles. The group was formed in 2016 with the aim of writing heavy music with catchy hooks and personal, meaningful lyrics. Giving a relatable take on everyday life, the songwriting approach focuses on a mix of clean and aggressive vocals and a guitar-driven sound. At their shows, Worldwide Panic brings a unique theatrical experience packed with energy and excitement that can resonate with concertgoers and audiences all across the hard rock and heavy metal spectrum. The band has toured with the likes of Flaw, Smile Empty Soul, Hellzapoppin, Mushroomhead, and The Convalescence.

Worldwide Panic‘s eponymously titled new album was mastered by the esteemed Zeus (Chimaira, Hatebreed, Rob Zombie). The record’s first single, “I Tried”, charted at #26 on the Billboard ‘Mainstream Rock Indicator’ Chart, with the following single, “Falling Apart” peaking at #20 on the same chart.


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