ALBUM REVIEW: Code Orange – Underneath

It’s a fascinating time to be in the Code Orange camp. It’s been a little over three years since the bruising Forever stormed the Metallic Hardcore gates and they’re finally releasing the proper follow-up, Underneath (Roadrunner) to a hungry world. And the hype is certainly a factor. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Shinedown – Papa Roach – Asking Alexandria – Savage After Midnight: Live at Lacrosse Center

Music, throughout history, has had a way of influencing the social behavior and norms found in human societies. Music is a universal language that is capable of bridging the gap between disparate people and entire social classes, cultures, and continents. Music can also be a tremendously personal thing, a song that has certain significance to one person may hold no meaning for the next. The current immeasurable dissonance in the social climate that spans the entire globe seems to push lost souls to seek comfort in music. In my humble Skullgurl opinion, that reason alone is why the world needs more bands like the four I saw on the second day of October 2019. Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Infinity Shred – Forever, A Fast Life

Infinity Shred‘s Forever, A Fast Life (3DOT Recordings) is like if Health had their own interpretation of Deafheaven‘s Sunbather. Yeah, I never thought I’d type out a such a sentence and half of the readers have probably walked away at this point but hear me out. Again, imagine Sunbather, but only strip away George Clarke‘s corrosive vocals and replace them with copious amounts of synths. Again, not the best sentence to describe Infinity Shred, so I’m going to need you to put on some headphones and take this thing for a test drive. Continue reading

Jesus Piece – Only Self

Unless you have been living under a very heavy rock recently, you should have noticed a new breed of bands rising from the hardcore scene. Spearheaded by Code Orange and their future classic album Forever (Roadrunner) the floodgates are now well and truly open. This new movement is, frankly, irresistible with genre-defying records being released to great critical praise from the media and fans alike. This year has seen even more bands come through and make an impact, such as Harms Way, whose Posthuman (Metal Blade) record reached new levels of heavy. Continue reading

Code Orange Live At The Masquerade

Code Orange – Live At The Masquerade

The Masquerade (Hell Stage) – Atlanta, GA

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Hear A New Code Orange Remix By Terry Date

Terry Date, the uber-producer who famously worked with Pantera, Soundgarden, and Deftones in the 1990s, has done a track remix for Code Orange. Listen to his remix of ‘Bleeding In The Blur’, which premiered yesterday on BBC Radio 1sRock Show With Daniel P Carter‘. Continue reading

Code Orange – “The Mud” Animated Video Released

Code Orange is wrapping up a busy 2017 with a ton of shows here in North America. They are currently on a coast-to-coast trek alongside Gojira and Torche, which is followed by a tour in support of Hatebreed, and then the band will cap off the year with two sold out nights in New York City with The Dillinger Escape Plan.

To help get you ready for the upcoming dates, the band teamed up with Adult Swim to premiere their new animated video for ‘The Mud’ online. Continue reading