This is just random noises with instruments and screaming, I don’t understand how anyone could actually get any enjoyment out of this but whatever.
This group for me at least has been pretty hit or miss, up until now. The experimentation is awesome, and more than half this album picks your eardrums up and slams them into a staticky, hardcore abyss. That’s a good thing! I really couldn’t be bothered with a couple tracks, like Autumn & Carbine or Who I Am, but everything else is awesome! They definitely have room for improvement and will change the game up with this.
By #1 black veil brides fan
What rock needs
Code orange go above and beyond to deliver one of their most exciting and interesting albums yet. They once again push the genre in a new direction without compromising their signature sound. They seem to be one of the only bands actually doing something new in the genre these days. This one will be on repeat for weeks to come.
Great album 🤘
Great album from start to finish.
This album in my opinion is the best code Orange album yet .
Huge code orange fan
I find it hard to digest this record. I love Code Orange but I feel like the groovy parts on this record are overly interrupted by some sort of sample or noise making it hard to nod your head to at times. The vocals are way stronger on this record and the production is fantastic. I just initially find myself getting lost in it and sometimes wishing certain parts where longer. Either way Code Orange is here to stay and with said I give it 4 stars.
I will say that the comment about this being a 15 year old remake of Limp Bizkit is a not accurate at all. And just to clarify... I don't really like this band, but to compare it to LB is just wrong. Along with that there was another post on the opposite side of silly that tried comparing this to some sort of revolution as it was with Metallica and Nirvana... that is even crazier. This provides nothing NEW... which is why Metallica and Nirvana were so influential. Its not that Code Orange is a bad artist, its just nothing we haven't heard before from other groups and the only ones to truly find this to be a religious experience are the groupies.
By Chastin Keene
Code orange is forever..still..
Probably the most important release for metal in the last decade. Instant classic for sure. Do yourself a favor and listen.