Code Orange Announce North American Tour With Loathe, Vended, & Dying Wish

Code Orange have announced a headlining tour with Loathe, Vended, and Dying Wish. The trek will follow the band’s previously announced tour with Korn and Chevelle.

Tour Dates:

04/03 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
04/04 Chicago, IL – The Metro
04/05 Omaha, NE – Slowdown
04/06 Denver, CO – Summit Theater
04/07 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell
04/09 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
04/10 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
04/11 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
04/12 Sacramento, CA – Goldfield Trading Post
04/13 San Francisco, CA – August Hall
04/18 Mesa, AZ – The Nile
04/20 Pomona, CA – The Glass House
04/23 Las Vegas, NV – 24 Oxford
04/25 Austin, TX – Empire Control Room and Garage
04/26 Fort Worth, TX – Tulips
04/27 Houston, TX – The Secret Group
04/29 Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly
04/30 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
05/02 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Heaven)
05/03 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Sound Stage
05/04 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
05/06 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
05/07 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club

Dying Wish Premiere “Cowards Feed, Cowards Bleed” Music Video

Dying Wish have premiered a new video for their new song “Cowards Feed, Cowards Bleed.” This track is from the band’s new album “Fragments Of A Bitter Memory,” which was officially released today (October 1).

Guitarist Pedro Carrillo commented:

“The first line in ‘Cowards Feed, Cowards Bleed‘ ‘your demons don’t lie and neither do mine’ sets the tone for the message of the song. When I wrote It I was in a headspace of pure anger towards anyone and everything. I wanted to showcase that every person has a limit to the amount of shit they can take everyday. Once someone’s pushed to their limit they will ultimately act out in a violent fashion.

So, the lines in the song are made to promote violence and to not be remorseful for it. You’ve pushed me too far and all I see is red now type of feeling. I’ve become the villain and I’m not going to stop until you’re gone. All of this coincided with the music video perfectly because we incorporated the red aspect with the blood rain falling on us.

It is a nod to feeling pure rage toward the circumstances you’re in. Us in white outfits in the beginning and then turning them completely red at the last half of the song is reminiscent of someone flipping the switch in their brain where they go ‘that’s it, I’m not taking this anymore. Fuck you.’ We all are capable of becoming the villain.”

Dying Wish Premiere New Song “Severing The Senses”

Dying Wish have premiered a new song titled “Severing The Senses.” This track is from their new album “Fragments Of A Bitter Memory,” which will be released on October 1.

Vocalist Emma Boster commented:

“I wrote the lyrics at a time when friends of mine were coming forward about their experiences with abuse after years of their stories being invalidated and suppressed. As a survivor myself, it was triggering for me to see their bravery met with even more denial and excuses from the person who caused them harm. That feeling of anger and sadness I get in those moments will forever be unparalleled. ‘I cannot escape this torment granted by the hand of a coward’ is specifically about those triggered emotions.

After growing up in a home where I experienced violence, I had a very distorted expectation from men. As a result, I found myself in a relationship where I experienced other forms of abuse. ‘I felt the weight of every mistake you made’ and ‘I took the blame each time you broke my heart’ refers to the gaslighting and manipulation I dealt with in my first relationship. It’s a story I no longer tell because of how many times I’ve been told that my trauma wasn’t real. The idea of the letter on the deathbed is intended for the survivor to have the last word so they never have to feel invalidated again.”

Dying Wish Premiere “Until Mourning Comes” Music Video

Dying Wish have premiered a new video for their new song “Until Mourning Comes.” This track is from the band’s new album “Fragments Of A Bitter Memory,” which will be released on October 1.

Vocalist Emma Boster commented:

“‘Mourning‘ is written about a family friend who passed away tragically in a plane crash last year. We were in the studio writing the record when my cousin called me with the news. I spent the rest of the night on the phone with my family in absolute shock over the passing of such a kind, bright, and loving young man.

My friend’s death happened just a few days after Riley from Power Trip had passed and I had been watching the outpour of heartbreak within the hardcore and metal communities over Riley’s passing.

I felt really compelled to write a song about the passing of someone gone too soon that leaves such an incredible impact on our lives. It felt like now more than ever it was relatable because of how many people out there had lost a loved one due to the pandemic or the toll it takes on us.”

Silent Planet & Dying Wish Announce Fall Tour

Silent Planet and Dying Wish have announced a fall tour together. The shows will take place around their tour with Motionless In White and Light The Torch.

Tour Dates:

09/03 Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver
09/04 Salt Lake City, UT – The Beehive
09/05 Denver, CO – The Marquis
09/09 Columbus, OH – Ace Of Cups
09/10 Buffalo, NY – Rec Room
09/12 Hartford, CT – Webster
09/16 Lakewood, OH – Foundry
09/27 Memphis, TN – Growlers
09/28 Springfield, MO – The Riff
09/29 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street
09/30 Kansas City, MO – The Rino
10/01 Dallas, TX – Club Dada
10/02 San Antonio, TX – Vibes Underground
10/04 Lubbock, TX – Jake’s (no Dying Wish)
10/05 Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad (no Dying Wish)

Dying Wish Premiere “Fragments Of A Bitter Memory” Music Video

Dying Wish have premiered a new video for the title track of their new album “Fragments Of A Bitter Memory.” That effort will be released on October 1.

Vocalist Emma Boster commented:

“‘Fragments‘ starts by taking the listener back to my first memory. I was five years old and I was the flower girl at my mother’s wedding. My biological father wasn’t in my life and the man she was marrying took a vow to fill that void.

Over the next decade I watched that same man who I had learned to call my father become a violent alcoholic. By the time I was a young teen I was being verbally and physically abused by him almost daily. I was living in constant fear.

‘Seasons of life forever change healing the fragments you still control’ refers to my constant struggle of healing from this trauma in my adulthood. The video ends with her stabbing him over the lyrics ‘I would bury you if I could’ because even after therapy and a decade of healing, violent revenge seems like the easiest and most satisfying way to cope.”

“Fragments Of A Bitter Memory” Track Listing:

01. “Cowards Feed, Cowards Bleed”
02. “Hollowed By Affliction”
03. “Innate Thirst”
04. “Severing The Senses”
05. “Fragments Of A Bitter Memory”
06. “Cold Hearts In Bloom”
07. “Until Mourning Comes”
08. “Now You’ll Rot”
09. “Blood Laced Misery”
10. “Enemies In Red”
11. “Drowning In The Silent Black”

Dying Wish Sign With SharpTone Records, Premiere “Innate Thirst” Video

Dying Wish have signed a new deal with SharpTone Records. With this news, the band have also shared a new video for their new song “Innate Thirst.” A 7″ vinyl featuring that track and a new version of “Enemies In Red” (feat. Knocked Loose‘s Bryan Garris) will also be available on November 13.

Emma Boster said the following about signing with SharpTone Records:

“We are very excited to have signed to SharpTone. From the beginning this label has shown us that they truly believe in us and what we can do. As a newer band, it’s cool to see a label that’s home to some of our inspiration in Bleeding Through, choose to invest a lot in us. Even with the stress of COVID-19 impacting the music industry this year, they have not slowed their momentum on our deal or on our plans to record our debut LP.”

She also added the following about the new single:

“‘Innate Thirst‘ is written about people co-opting subcultures or movements to gain social status or wealth. With the recent uprisings following the death of George Floyd, our hometown of Portland has seen many people that seek to appoint themselves as ‘leaders’ of the Portland movement.

Time and time again, these people get exposed for taking advantage of others’ pain and suffering to make a profit and form social status. This can also be applied to our subculture within the hardcore scene. Many newcomers see the scene as an opportunity to achieve popularity instead of becoming truly involved and contributing to the community.”