Code Orange have released a new tune titled ‘Out For Blood,’
The song is the Pittsburgh band’s first since their fourth studio album, ‘Underneath,’ was released in March 2020.
“When they go right, we move left,” lead Jami Morgan remarked about the song. We’re just getting started with Code Orange, which is OUT FOR BLOOD.”
‘Out For Blood,’ produced by Rob Cavallo (My Chemical Romance, Green Day), is a standalone single rather than a preview of a forthcoming album. It’s complemented with a carnage-filled, strobe-heavy video.
“This is a band that wants its records to make you feel vulnerable and uncomfortable,” NME stated in a four-star review of ‘Underneath.’ Jami has stated that they aimed to make an album that was “artful and thoughtful but also sad” with “Forever.” ‘Underneath is definitely superior to that vision. This record will cause blood to flow and bruises to appear, as it is a game-changer that has once again raised the standard.”
After the COVID-19 outbreak stopped gigs, the band performed a live stream from an empty venue in Pittsburgh to promote the album.
Code Orange, along with Killswitch Engage, Fever 333, and others, performed at Slipknot’s Knotfest Los Angeles broadcast earlier this month.
Code Orange will perform at the Graspop Metal Meeting 2022, which will have Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and Aerosmith as headliners. Between June 16 and 19, the “25th XL edition” of the event will take place in Dessel, Belgium.
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