MEDIA - ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT
"All Bleed Red"
Released 31 December 2020
Producer: Michael Cutting
Mix and Mastering: David Zaffiro
Recorded at Blue Planet Sound www.BluePlanetSound.com,
Engineers: Jules Washington and James Ho
Session Drummer: George Beck-Millan aka “Beck” www.Beckbeat.net
The Honolulu, Hawaii based band, Executive Order, defy typical genre categorization while paying homage to a variety of musical influences and artists. One of the key things that sets this band and their brand apart is that the band mates enjoy playing together and creating music without thought to genre or what's on trend. They appreciate the freedom this transparent and non-judgmental approach provides their individual and collective muse so they can bring to the table what is in their heart and soul. With their upcoming release you will be able to confirm their unique genre bending & blending that honors various musical styles & serves up an often irreverent, yet seriously fun vibe.
"[All Bleed Red] is very powerful- both musically and lyrically. It is thought-provoking and extremely relevant to the current social and political upheaval happening in our world today."
- Michael Cutting, Producer
"If you like some good rocking tunes, big guitars, a strong hook and in-your-face vocals, check it out."
- George Beck-Millan, Session Drummer
News and Reviews
“What do you get when you mix the guitar tones and stylings of Van Halen, the groovy bassline of Led Zeppelin, and a voice that would be at home within the 90s grunge era? In this case, you might find yourself a hair closer to describing the wide array of sounds within rising band Executive Order’s grasp. Bursting onto the scene with their debut album All Bleed Red, the band boasts a sound that is as hard to pinpoint as it is to get out of your head. Lead single “Some Like It Hot” is a massive indicator of such.”
“The touches of rock groups such as Led Zeppelin and Van Halen are evident, but the band’s own unique makeup from Los Angeles and Hawaii takes these acts up a notch by throwing in a melodic flavor all their own.”