Another Round is a rock band based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They perform their original songs with very high energy and enthusiasm, and have been described as having an exceptionally tight and unique sound between the impassioned vocals of Daniel Aguirre, the heavy drums of Trey Rollins and the crushing guitars of Matt Hudson and Travis Scott. They have been performing in and around Oklahoma for years, and have opened for national touring acts 3 Doors Down, Saving Abel, Smile Empty Soul, Saliva, Hurt, 12 Stones, and Adema.
Another Round is on regular rotation at KHWL 98.7 out of Lone Wolf, OK, have appeared as guest hosts of the “All-Request House Party” and have performed live acoustic sets of their songs on the air several times at KHWL’s studio in Altus, OK. They have been played many times on, and have been featured guest hosts of “The Local Talent Show” at Rock 100.5 The Katt, out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, also performing their song “Pistols” live in The Katt’s “Jungle Room.” They were featured many times on the “Born and Bred” show of the former 94.7 The Buzz out of Oklahoma City. As well as being featured on 97.5 KMOD out of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the internet radio stations Rock 106.1 based out of Georgia and SpyFM based out of Oklahoma City.
In early 2013, they won the 1st Annual Rock ‘n Rumble Battle of the Bands in Altus, Oklahoma, sponsored by the local radio station KHWL 98.7. They have also appeared twice on the show “Oklahoma Live,” for an Oklahoma City local television station, KSBI. In the June 26, 2013 issue of the Oklahoma Gazette, Another Round was given a very positive review of their “Just Walk Away” EP.
They have played shows all around Oklahoma, very heavily in Oklahoma City, but have also performed in Norman, Stillwater, Tulsa, Edmond, Guthrie, Piedmont, Choctaw, Harrah, Chickasha, Lawton, and Altus, as well as performing in out of state markets. They have also performed for various charities and benefit shows, including the tornado relief and the 2010 Haiti hurricane relief fundraisers, as well as performing to benefit other local charity organizations.
Another Round’s music is available on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Spotify and many other online retailers, as well as always being available at their shows, along with a wide variety of other A.R. merchandise. To this date, they have released one full-length album, “King Me,” released on July 9, 2011, their single, “What Goes Around” was released on November 23, 2011 and was subsequently featured with four other tracks for their “Just Walk Away” EP, released on December 15, 2012.
They recorded the tracks “Kiss of Death” and “Baby” with Provo of Pirated Sounds Studios for the “King Me” album, with all other songs from that album being produced by Trent Bell, who has produced and recorded for many bands such as The Flaming Lips, at Bell Labs Studios in Norman, Oklahoma. Their first single and the subsequent “Just Walk Away” EP was also recorded and produced by Trent Bell. All of their songs were mastered by Garrett Haines of Treelady Studios in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
On September 6th, 2014, they released their newest creation, "Sonder". The songs were recorded, mixed, and mastered with a new producer, John LeCompt, former guitarist of Evanescence, at Red Room Studios in Benton, AR. With a new perspective from behind the studio sound board, and with their constantly evolving styles producing new songs and a fresh sound, the "Sonder" E.P. is truly a new beginning for Another Round and an accomplishment that they are very proud to have under their belt.
Also in September 2014, Another Round won Rock 100.5 The Katt's Battle of the Bands, winning the top prize of being the only opening act for the national, multi-platinum selling band 3 Doors Down in Enid, Oklahoma on September 14, 2014. This was a major accomplishment for the guys in Another Round. and they were extremely proud to see all their fans come together to help them win the opportunity to share the stage with 3 Doors Down.
They are currently working on their next E.P. which they plan to record as a follow-up to "Sonder" by heading back to Red Room Studios to work with John LeCompt after receiving such a great response for the production quality and overall sound of the last album.