The Panic

The Panic


Guitar, Bass and Drums submerged in melody! The Panic have a 'distinctly British' sound which is causing quite a stir all over the internet. Don't Panic.......ROCK!


The Panic are James (Vox/Guitar), Matt (Guitar/Vox), David (Bass), Steve (Drums) and are a 4 piece rock based band from Trowbridge, Wiltshire UK.
They use guitar, bass, drums and vocals to create their own unique sound, consisting of driving rhythms, edgy guitars, dramatic dynamics and massive vocal hooks.
With a huge work ethic and their original sound, The Panic are pushing themselves and their ambitions to the limits.

"Distinctly British, dynamic soundscapes and soaring harmonies suggest an exciting and promising future lies ahead for these UK rock kids" METAL HAMMER MAGAZINE FEB 2006

"The Panic are far from your average rock band. This is exceptionally good music that will seriously blow you away. The Panic are absolutely essential listening- don't miss out."- 10/10 KILLER DIENAMITE ZINE

"The Panic are onto something very special indeed. Whilst most UK post-hardcore bands have fallen by the wayside of late, maybe it’s time for the new breed to be ruling the UK rock world… Roll over FFAF, here are the new masters!" SUBBA CULTCHA

They have shared the stage with the likes of Jetplane Landing, thisGIRL, Ipsofacto, Span, Komakino, Sparks Lights & Flames, Indica, Through Silence and Anonymous Tip.

“The Panic rock fiercely like some multi-tentacled spawn child of yourcodenameis:milo and Biffy Clyro. An almost Cobain-esque front man and a bass that sounds like a stone avalanche in Bedrock get the old goose pimples going, and a guitarist that carries on regardless after knocking a tooth out with his own guitar is just too rock ‘n roll not to like. So good I wanted to cry.” SHEER MUSIC

The band are unsigned and at present self managed. For booking information and other enquiries please email or


How To Answer EP - 2005: all tracks available to listen to at

Set List

Something Hours
Eyes Down
With Compliments
A Day Late
Stick Around
Executive Indecision