Never has another band meshed together pop rock and metalcore the way Pittsburgh's unsigned new comers Execution Day has.
On January 24th, they released the single "Woe" which starts off like most pop rock songs, that is until you're met with metalcore guttural vocals that then leads into some clean vocals for the chorus.
Checkout the music video for "Woe" here.
The meaning behind this song is about overcoming the struggle with anxiety and depression which comes from the band member's very own personal experiences.
Formed in 2016, this band hasn't stopped pushing forward with new music and touring. Then in 2017 they released their debut 6-song EP From the Bottom of my Heart which is packed with metalcore songs that will leave you singing and humming along.
This band consists of members Dylan Dively on vocals, Alec Coslow on guitar, Zack Donovan on bass, and Sam Hoffman on drums. Each one showing off what they do best and mixing together so well that they're able to create their own sound in the metalcore genre.
Although the bands name may sound sinister, "it stands for executing everything you have ever dreamed of and making it a reality."
Check out their latest single "Woe" and their other recent release of their Logic cover of "1-800-273-8255" which further showcases their pop metalcore sound. And don't forget to stay up to date with their social media links below.
Currently this band isn't on tour so be on the look out for when they swing into your town next. This is a band you're not going to want to miss.
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