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Machines

by Our Future Leaders

The debut 5-song EP which goes from hard rock to metal to punk, to pop rock and finishes with a melodic acoustic symphony.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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2. Caliber
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3. Kill the Youth
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Need a taste of what a real rock-band should sound like? Hailing from Orlando, Florida, Our Future Leaders brings us colorful definitions of what rock really is.

With rough yet charming vocals by Brian Strean, sick guitar licks from Danny Foote, and powerful rhythm and beats from bass player Dustin Becker and drummer Daniel Blum, Our Future Leaders rock out their addicting songs in an energy-bursting performance on stage. So why is this band so unique? This all-boy, or should I say all-men, rock band is not afraid to mix-and-match all types of music. From funk, blues to rock, metal and grunge, Our Future Leaders can rock your world!

Curious as to how badass this band is? Listen to any of their songs and you will find your hand and arm in a fist-pumping motion with your body six inches off the ground continuously in what is called jumping."

-LaFamos PR & Branding


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Brian

Booked Promotions Review
This album took me for quite a ride. I have to give a lot of credit to their singer, he does not try too hard he hits the notes he knows he can hit and he hits them well. The guitarist keeps the most catchy riffs going through a majority of this album and it has you bobbing your head to every song. Of course let us not forget their drummer, I am not sure what it is but...

Continue reading at:
http://bookedpromotions.com/oflmachinesep.html

-Andrew Maffettone (Founder/CEO)

Brian

We Don't Always Have to Be Machines
"Machines is the debut EP from Orlando band Our Future Leaders. It doesn’t sound much like a debut release, it has much more depth than one would expect from a first recording, the five songs are complex, rich in layers of various musical genres all while comfortably straddling the territory between classic and modern rock sounds.

Most bands that try to embrace so many different genres stumble miserably in an out-of-focus limbo, but not Our Future Leaders. Their varied genres and influences meld together harmoniously and appear not only sharply focused, but right on track....

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http://www.examiner.com/local-music-in-orlando/our-future-leaders-we-don-t-always-have-to-be-machines-review

Orlando Local Music | Examiner.com - Kat Coffin

Brian

OrlandoBands Review
We may not have to be machines but these guys might be. From the first song they deliver powerful riffs with hard hitting rhythm. There’s no stopping them. When I reached the song “Obtain” it was clear that this band has depth and range. The last song left me amazed. “American Dream” is a poetic, and meaningful song that shows us that these young men have great music future before them. I look forward to more original music from this group. You can learn more about them by visiting: www.ourfutureleaders.net.

http://orlandobands.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/our-future-leaders/

-Ranelle Golden