Polyphia Shares a New Single and Video – “Ego Death” – ft. Steve Vai

Sick af progressive music act Polyphia have released the latest single from their forthcoming album Remember That You Will Die, out October 28 via Rise Records. “Ego Death” features Grammy Award-winning guitar virtuoso and composer Steve Vai, most known for his work with Frank Zappa, Mary J Blige, Motörhead, Alice Cooper, and many more. Grammy Award-winning producer and trumpet player Brasstracks also appears on the track. Check out the single and video here:


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“Ego Death” follows the previously released “ABC” featuring Sophia Black, “Neurotica,” and “Playing God” which together have garnered over 49M+ streams globally.


Remember That You Will Die features collaborations with $not, Chino Moreno (Deftones), Brasstracks, Steve Vai, + more. Produced by guitarists Tim Henson & Scott LePage, the album also features production from Rodney Jerkins (Michael Jackson, Destiny’s Child, Lady Gaga), JUDGE (Migos & Marshmello, blackbear, Young Thug), the band’s longtime collaborator Y2K (Doja Cat, Remi Wolf, Tove Lo), Johan Lenox (Kanye, FINNEAS), and more on select tracks.



Genesis feat. Brasstracks

Playing God

The Audacity feat. Anomalie


ABC feat. Sophia Black

Memento Mori feat. Killstation

Fuck Around and Find Out feat. $not

All Falls Apart


Chimera feat. Lil West

Bloodbath feat. Chino Moreno

Ego Death feat. Steve Vai

Since their formation in Plano, Texas in 2010, Polyphia have made a name for themselves by blending intricate guitar riffs with hip-hop rhythms, bass-heavy trap music, and progressive metal & rock influences. To date, the band has released three studio albums – Muse (2014), Renaissance (2016), New Levels New Devils (2018) – as well as two EPs and a handful of singles. Their impressive catalog has earned them 400M+ global streams, 130M+ YouTube views, and international acclaim.


Polyphia is comprised of guitarists Tim Henson & Scott LePage, bassist Clay Gober, and drummer Clay Aeschliman.