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CODE ORANGE Announces Halloween Livestream Back Inside The Glass

Also featuring Machine Girl, Year Of The Knife, and Jesus Piece.

After going acoustic for their most recent livestream event, Code Orange is back to the heaviness. The band will play their Back Inside The Glass livestream event on October 31 where they'll deliver a "colossal livestream performance in a way never-before-seen." Code Orange will be joined by openers Machine Girl, Year Of The Knife (playing Internal Incarceration in full), and Jesus Piece. Tickets are available here.

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"We are very excited to present the next chapter of the Code Orange live streaming experiment," said vocalist Jami Morgan. "We are hoping to deliver something on a whole new level with Back Inside The Glass and are glad to have our brothers and sisters in Jesus Piece, Year Of The Knife, and Machine Girl along with us."

"Code Orange made themselves the innovators of this," added Jesus Piece drummer Luis Aponte. "If we were going to do a livestream, we’re going to do it right."

"No one could have predicted what this year would bring or how it would devastate live music," said Year Of The Knife bassist Madison Watkins. "In a world without touring, we have to keep pushing to find ways to connect and keep the momentum, and Code Orange is leading the pack in terms of innovating and creating new experiences."

Machine Girl’s Matt Stephenson stated, "This is the first Machine Girl ‘live’ set since the beginning of the pandemic and I’m excited that it’s happening alongside Code Orange."

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