Extreme Management Group (EMG), home to bands like Suffocation, Cattle Decapitation, Rings of Saturn, and more, has announced their partnership with hardcore band COURT ORDER.
COURT ORDER is a hardcore/deathcore band from Brooklyn, NY that formed in February 2019, and began touring relentlessly sharing the stage with Left Behind, Bodysnatcher, Ingested, Falsifier, and Slaughter to Prevail.
Court Order brings dissonant riffs blended with heavy metallic aggression, smashed alongside brutal grooves, delivered by a dual seven string baritone assault and upbeat tempos. Paralleled with double bass, two step, and occasional blast beats; Court Order aims to deliver a battle ground for a supreme and atmospheric auditory experience. With a wide range of influences, the band dishes out compact song lengths; a great testament to the band’s efficiency. Highlighting the best of what fans crave when spending a weekend retreat at This Is Hardcore or FYA Festivals.
Court Order self released the self-titled EP in August 2020, then inked a Worldwide Deal with Extreme Management Group in December 2020. The band has recently released the follow up “Split Between A Dream And A Failure”, a two song release, with Blood Blast Distribution (powered by Nuclear Blast Records) and has been featured in Sick Drummer Magazine.
Court Order is currently at work on a full-length album, which will feature a collection of ten tracks aimed to elevate their animated, impactful sound.
Now the band has signed with Extreme Management Group, and had the following to say about the partnering, “We are excited to partner with EMG and take this band to a new level! When we started Court Order we were excited to play a few shows and get in the studio to develop songs we liked, and worked on the band as if it were an art project; an outlet for us to be creative and have fun. Over the last few years it has grown into something so much more, and we appreciate EMG and the level of expertise they bring to the table. We are thrilled to continue to develop Court Order and work to leave our mark in the heavy music community”. EMG said, “Court Order has done a ton of work launching the band. We intend to make that hard work count.” Anticipate big things to come from Court Order and Extreme Management Group.