Slipknot’s Jay Weinberg Shares Drum Cover Of Code Orange’s “You And You Alone”

Slipknot’s Jay Weinberg has shared a drum cover of Code Orange‘s “You And You Alone.“ You can check that out below. Weinberg commented:

“Inspired by their new album, ‘Underneath‘ I recorded a cover of ‘You And You Alone,’ by my friends Code Orange.”

Code Orange Premiere “Autumn & Carbine” Music Video

Code Orange have premiered a new video for their song “Autumn & Carbine.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Underneath.” A press release offered more information on the video, which originally debuted on Adult Swim:

“The animated clip, which was directed and animated by the band’s own Eric “Shade” Balderose and Jami Morgan (NOWHERE2RUN Productions), follows Code Orange into a dystopian wasteland as they confront the thieving overlords of a ruined future society. The band also utilized DIY motion capture techniques to animate the various performance scenes in the video which is streaming now on their official YouTube channel. Furthermore, Code Orange has launched a limited-edition “Autumn And Carbine” shirt in its webstore, featuring 3D incarnates of each member as seen in the animated video.”

Code Orange Share “In Fear” Live Video From “Back Inside The Glass” Set

Code Orange have shared a new live video for their song “In Fear.” The footage is taken from the band’s “Back Inside The Glass” performance, which was streamed live from Preserving Underground in New Kensington, PA on Halloween (October 31).

Watch Code Orange Cover Pantera’s “A New Level”

During their recent “Back Inside The Glass” livestream concert in Kensington, PA, Code Orange played a partial cover of Pantera‘s “A New Level” in honor of late Power Trip frontman Riley Gale. You can see footage of that below:

[via The PRP]

Code Orange Announce “Back Inside The Glass” Livestream Concert

Code Orange have announced a Halloween (October 31) livestream concert with Jesus Piece, Year Of The Knife, and Machine Girl. Tickets for the virtual event can be found at codeorangetoth.com.

Code Orange’s Jami Morgan said the following:

“We are very excited to present the next chapter of the Code Orange live streaming experiment. 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.”

Jesus Piece’s Luis Aponte also commented:

“Code Orange made themselves the innovators of this. If we were going to do a livestream, we’re going to do it right.”

Year Of The Knife‘s Mandy Watkins added:

“No one could have predicted what this year would bring or how it would devastate live music. 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.”

Code Orange To Release “Under The Skin” Live Album

Code Orange will be digitally releasing a new live album titled “Under The Skin” on September 4. The effort was recorded during the band’s recent livestream concert, which was held at the Theatre Factory in Pittsburgh, PA on July 30. That performance featured a “stripped down and reimagined presentation of tracks spanning their entire catalogue” and a cover of Alice In Chains’ “Down In A Hole.” If you would rather have footage of the set, you can also pre-order it on DVD HERE.

“Under The Skin” Setlist:

01. “Bleeding In The Blur”
02. “Who I Am”
03. “Autumn + Carbine”
04. “(Bugs)”
05. “Ugly”
06. “Only One”
07. “(Quarantine)”
08. “Down In A Hole” (Alice In Chains cover)
09. “(Peace)”
10. “Dreams 1+2”
11. “Dre3am”
12. “Sulfur Surrounding”
13. “Underneath”
14. “Hurt3”

Code Orange Say The Metal Scene Needs To Be More “Forward-Thinking”

During a recent interview with Metal Hammer, members of Code Orange offered their thoughts on the current state of the metal scene. In particular, Reba Meyers said that she believes the genre “needs to be more forward-thinking.”

Meyers said the following:

“I love metal, but there needs to be more forward-thinking. It’s expected to be the most forward-thinking genre, but right now I think it’s falling behind some other genres. You look at a metal festival lineup and the headliners are all just bands from the 90s. If you look at festivals like Coachella, the headliners are modern acts.

The festival runners who maybe say, ‘Oh they don’t have a following enough,’ it’s not just up to them – it’s up to the entire industry. Whenever you push these bands as ‘small’ they’re going to be looked at as ‘small,’. A lot of that is up to perception.”

Jami Morgan added:

“Metal has this amazing, loyal fan base and amazing bands that have paved the way or are still groundbreaking. But, are any of the new bands some of the biggest bands? No. In rap, or any other kinds of music, are the newest people the biggest? 100% That’s the problem.”

Watch Code Orange’s “Under The Skin” Performance

Earlier today (July 30), Code Orange streamed their special “Under The Skin” set live from the Theatre Factory in Pittsburgh, PA. The performance, which can be seen below, featured a “stripped down and reimagined presentation of tracks spanning their entire catalogue” and a cover of Alice In Chains’ “Down In A Hole.”

Code Orange Announce “Under The Skin” Livestream Concert

Code Orange have announced another virtual concert. The event will be streamed live on Twitch from The Theatre Factory in Pittsburgh, PA on July 30 and it will feature a “stripped down and reimagined presentation of tracks spanning their entire catalogue.” Exclusive merch and a limited edition vinyl pressing of “Underneath” will also be available during the performance.