O.D.D. has recently signed licensing agreements which will allow some major television properties to use music from their upcoming EP “The Disorder.” The Discovery Network is now licensed to use O.D.D.’s music on their popular “Shark Week,” “Velocity,” and TLC. A similar agreement was reached for MTV to be able to use music from “The Disorder” on their shows “Ridiculousness” and “Nitro Circus.” Finally, a licensing agreement has also been reached to allow their music to be played by NASCAR.
O.D.D. recently released a promotional version of their upcoming EP, “The Disorder,” which has been well received by college and community radio. The EP continues to be reviewed and added by college and non profit community stations across the country, from Florida to Oregon and even Alaska and Hawaii! As a result, “The Disorder” has been ranked on the N.A.C.C. (North American College and Community Radio Chart) peaking at #228. The N.A.C.C. has over 200 radio stations reporting charts to the service which is updated weekly.
Atlanta, GA — April 7, 2017 – O.D.D. is excited to announce the release of their new single, “Executive Order” in advance of a full length LP to be released later this year. The song can be downloaded from the band’s website, oddtheband.com as well as iTunes and Google Play and can be streamed on Spotify.
“Executive Order” is a politically driven traditional heavy metal song. According to the band, “Executive Order expresses our dislike of the media’s manipulation of the masses and the misuse of power afforded to our presidents via executive orders.” They recently shot a video for the single with Jakyl and Hyde Productions which can be seen on the band’s YouTube Channel.
The upcoming LP, tentatively titled “Sonic Disorder” will be the band’s second release. Their self-titled EP was well received by music writers and received airplay on Internet stations such as Hard Rock Distributors and Digital Revolution Radio.
O.D.D. was formed in 2013 in Atlanta, GA out of a collective passion for rock n’ roll. Their heavy groove oriented songs combined with a melodic vocal layer is one thing that sets this crew apart. O.D.D. has been playing shows around the Southeast since 2014 and has opened for notable bands such as Saving Abel, Skid Row and Stuck Mojo. Their music is independently produced at HDS Productions.