SOURCE: Olea Records

Olea Records

June 11, 2013 09:00 ET

Portland Based Rock Powerhouse One From Many Launches Their Highly Anticipated Full Length Debut 'The Alleged Album' With Dates Opening for Incubus' Ben Kenney and a Northwestern Summer Tour Including Free Community Workshops

Led by Founder and Frontman Andrew Supina, the Explosive 13 Track Set -- Recorded at Seattle's London Bridge Studio -- Was Engineered by Geoff Ott (3 Doors Down, Alice In Chains) and Produced by Rob Daiker (Katy Perry, The Fame Riot, Royal Bliss)

PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwired - Jun 11, 2013) - Eager fans of renowned Portland, Oregon rockers One From Many had been asking the band about the release of their much anticipated full length debut for so long that the project, several years in the making, earned a clever nickname that stuck: The Alleged Album.

No longer "alleged," but a very real, 13-track blast of melodic, guitar driven alt-rock fire, OFM's collection on indie label Olea Records drops June 11; its infectious, high energy debut single and video "Retrospective" is scheduled to be promoted to radio later this summer.

Recorded at Seattle's London Bridge Studio, where such iconic albums as Pearl Jam's Ten and Soundgarden's Louder than Love were tracked, The Alleged Album was engineered by Geoff Ott (3 Doors Down, Alice In Chains, Nickelback, Blake Lewis) and produced by Rob Daiker, whose credits include Katy Perry, The Fame Riot and Royal Bliss.

A week following the release, One From Many -- frontman/founder Andrew Supina, guitarist Josh McCormick, guitarist Joshua Elie and bassist Joe Von Hagen -- hits the road for three dates opening for Incubus bassist Ben Kenney.

Following these shows at the Hard Rock Las Vegas (June 19), Martini Ranch in Scottsdale (June 21) and The Roxy in Los Angeles (June 22), OFM launches a unique regional summer tour, performing and conducting workshops for kids from 8-19 in cities throughout Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

OFM, who are endorsed by Gibson Guitars, Breedlove Guitars and Gator cases, expects to do approximately 35 of these dates, with workshops followed by live performances.

In OFM's earlier incarnation as FarCry, they opened for Everclear, Presidents of the United States of America, Days of the New, 3 Days Grace, Floater, and Landon Pigg, among others. They also appeared on the syndicated "Mark and Brian" show and released two popular EPs in the Northwest, which earned them airplay on Portland's KNRK, KUFO, and KINK and led to their label deal with Olea Records.

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