Dates for Anti-Flag's east coast 20th anniversary shows can be found in the replies. Support on the various dates includes The Swellers, Make Do and Mend, Hostage Calm, Lemuria, Code Orange Kids, This Is Hell and more.
In the replies you can check out Code Orange Kids chaotic new video for "Flowermouth (The Leech)." It's the opening track off the band's upcoming new album Love is Love // Return to Dust (in stores November 20th), which is one of the best heavy albums I've heard all year. Enjoy.
No Sleep Records has signed Pittsburgh indie rockers Adventures (featuring members of Code Orange Kids). Their debut EP/7" will be released in the fall. Head to the replies to hear a new song entitled "Reach Out to You."
If you've been keeping track, you may have remembered that I asked for a few questions about Code Orange Kids a few weeks back. The answers to a handful of those questions, along with a nifty feature on the band entitled Age is Just a Number, can be found here. If you're looking for some info on the band's signing to Deathwish, their forthcoming LP for said label or just how much this band loves wrestling, be sure to give it a read.
I would take a bet that if you had a chance to check out the stream of the new Code Orange Kids split with Full of Hellthat we posted a couple days ago, you might be interested to know I'll be talking to Code Orange Kids this weekend about the split as well as their upcoming Deathwish debut. Leave any questions you might have in the replies!
We've just updated our music player with five tracks, some of which were recently released. Jason Tate picked Australia's The Living End, I picked Toronto hardcore band Cancer Bats, Thomas Nassiff chose Daytrader, Adam Pfleider selected Code Orange Kids whose split EP is streaming right now, and Christian Wagner chose American Opera. Check out the tunes and let us know your thoughts!
Mondays can certainly be a drag, but if you haven't woken up just yet - you will now. Today we're bringing you the split from Full of Hell and Code Orange Kids, out tomorrow on Topshelf Records. Head to the replies and take a listen to the recent young guns of the hardcore scene. If you happen to get up and bring the mosh in the middle of your cubicle while everyone is at lunch, we won't hold it against you - we might just encourage it.
Two of this year's Absolute 100 alumni,Xerxes and Code Orange Kids, will be heading out on tour this winter. Xerxes' debut full-length will be released via No Sleep Records this winter as well. Dates for the tour can be seen in the replies.
Code Orange Kids and Old Wounds are teaming up for a few east coast shows before Old Wounds heads down to RTF Fest and Code Orange Kids continues their tour north. Hit the replies for dates. In other news, Code Orange Kids have a 7" coming out on Mayfly Records in the upcoming months, while Old Wounds has a release coming out later this summer through RTF Records.
Today I'm very excited to bring Code Orange Kids to your ears. This young four piece is a powerful outfit in the vein of old school heavyweights Majority Rule or contemporary powerhouse Trash Talk. Take a listen to Embrace Me // Erase Me which is available on a limited self-released tape that the band has out on tour. A debut 7" will be available through Mayfly Records this summer and a full length will follow soon after. Crank it up, get heavy and prepare for the weekend.