There were many hilarious tweets about the Coachella lineup this year, but by far the greatest one was this. And yet, despite their inclusion on the line-up, we’re still surprised to see an album announce from Code Orange, after desperately awaiting a follow-up to 2017’s heavy-as-fuck Forever. Sure, there was a track with Slipknot’s Corey Taylor released in between, but it’s not the same.
The US hardcore outfit will drop new album Underneath in March, through Roadrunner Records. Their second release through the label, the band have earned worldwide appraise for their last album, its titular single of which earned them a Grammy nomination. Needless to say, whether you like hardcore or not, they’re a pretty big deal.
If you’re a superfan, you may know that the band soundtracked Bray Wyatt’s entrace, a.k.a. the Fiend, for WWE (that’s wrestling, for those among us who don’t know). Apart from that, they were relatively quiet in 2019, working instead on the LP with Morgan and Nick Raskulinecz and scene legend Will Yip (known for Citizen, Title Fight and Turnover records also).
Underneath is out on March 13 via Roadrunner Records.