Code Orange bassist Joe Goldman has been forced to leave the band’s current tour a little early due to injury. The band cancelled last night’s (July 10) show in Austin, TX, and have recruited Homewrecker’s Matt Barnum for tonight’s show (July 11) in Houston, TX.
Code Orange recently shared an online puzzle and fans were given prizes for completing it, including a panther logo USB with a new song titled “The Hunt“ and more. That track features Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) and it appears on the band’s newly released EP, “The Hurt Will Go On,“ which you can stream below:
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Code Orange have released an exclusive 7 inch vinyl pressing of “Bleeding In The Blur“ via Revolver. You can get that by ordering a special bundle that comes with the single (limited to 1000), the October/November 2017 issue of Revolver with the band on the cover, and a subscription to the magazine. You can order that HERE. On another note, Code Orange have also launched an online puzzle, which you can check out HERE. It will be taken down soon and the big prize has already been given out, but it’s still fun to try.
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During a recent interview with Loudwire, Jami Morgan talked a bit about Code Orange’s next album. He said the following about the effort:
“I want you to feel something and be transported somewhere when you’re listening to it. We want to continue to build that. I think the next [album] is gonna be even more so that, I think it’s gonna be coming at you from everywhere; multidimensional.”
He also added the following when asked when fans can expect to hear it:
“We’re always working on stuff. [It’ll be] sooner than anyone thinks. We don’t take any time off, so when we’re not playing shows we’re writing or we’re in the studio every time.”
The lineup has been revealed for the Made In America Festival. The event will take place on September 1-2 at Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA and a few rock/metal acts have been booked including Code Orange, Turnstile, and Show Me The Body. The full lineup can be seen in the below poster:
It looks like Code Orange have been in the studio recently. Jami Morgan confirmed the news to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, but he would not reveal what they are working on. He said the following: “I’m not snitching, bro. We’re doing our thing.” He also added:
“We’re looking at that model of putting things out there more. We put a single out a few months ago. I want to keep it flowing. I think that’s the way kids are used to consuming stuff, and it’s something the world needs to catch onto. I want to balance doing things like that, and records.”
The article went on to say the group are planning to write throughout the year and that they have already been busy working on new material during the first half of the year.
[via The PRP]
High On Fire and Code Orange are among the artists booked for the inaugural Adult Swim Festival. The music, comedy, etc. event will take place at Row DTLA in Los Angeles, CA on October 6-7, and it will also feature acts like Run The Jewels, Thundercat, Hannibal Buress, and more.