Code Orange is back with two new singles "Grooming My Replacement" and "The Game", which lean a lot harder into the band's groovier side. Seriously, if you're not too into all the glitchy industrial madness of what Code Orange normally does, you're probably going to love these singles. And with the rising wave of nü-metal, it seems like there's no better time than for Code Orange to lean into this kind of sound than now.
Code Orange frontman Jami Morgan only described the songs as "the bug infested subconscious of a band on the run from its past and future." Code Orange also has the following tour dates and festival dates lined up. Check those out below and get your tickets here.
6/18 Batschkapp Frankfurt, DE
6/19 Hole 44 Berlin, DE
6/20 Backstage Halle Müchen, DE
6/21 Gerbäude 9 Köln, DE
9/1 Rocklahoma Pryor, OK
9/21 Louder Than Life Louisville, KY
9/15-17 Riot Fest Chicago, IL
2/4-10, 2024 ShipRocked Cruise
If you're still looking for more new Code Orange, the band recently dropped their "part remix and part soundtrack" compilation called What Is Really Underneath? available here.
"For me, the story of the album, it's a Dante's Inferno-esque thing, in which this mud man is essentially travelling to Hell, to this cold metal place, in hopes of meeting his maker and getting some sense of forgiveness or repentance," said Morgan of What Is Really Underneath?.
"As he travels down he's being taken through memories, nightmares and ideas, he's being taken through his own mind, he's being forced to watch things he's done that aren't good, he's being shown amazing moments. Then in the end he does meet that maker and I'll leave it open-ended as to what happens."