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Code Orange
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Oriental Theatre
Date: July 02, 2018 to July 02, 2018
Where: The Oriental Theatre, 4335 W 44th Avenue, Arvada, Colorado, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Concerts & Music
Ticket Price: N/A
Nothing lasts forever. All things decay, all things change. The mightiest empires crumble to dust as their kings bleed. Forever, it would seem, is unobtainable.Code Orange, with their new studio album, seek to obtain the unobtainable; pushing against every boundary, shedding every label. The band has grown immensely, and yet still retains the distinct edge and harshness that has become their caustic calling card. Ever defiant, Code Orange breaks any mold and refuses to be easily defined.Recorded with producers Will Yip at Studio 4 in Conshohocken, PA and Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studios in Salem, MA, FOREVER is an album without limits. Jami Morgan (Drums / Vocals), Eric Balderose (Guitar / Vocals), Reba Meyers (Guitar / Vocals) and Joe Goldman (Bass) pushed themselves to create something wholly unique and startling. We dont just jam out and make an album. Its meticulous. Its hard. Its a lot of hours. Its a lot of frustration, Morgan remarked of the experience. It took a lot of effort, but we wanted to create something that, when I put it on my headphones, I just knew. There was no doubt that this was it. If there was doubt, wed scrap it and wed do it again. It was tough getting it all to fit together, but when it did it was beautiful.The easy route would have been for Code Orange to simply make another record like their 2014 breakthrough, I AM KING. It would have been easy to just enter the studio and churn out the same old thing, but for Code Orange, easy is never an option. We arent just making records to make records. When you start doing that, youre everyone else, Morgan said. Were built on not doing the same old shit. When you put on a Code Orange record, you dont know what youre gonna get. You know its gonna be painful, thats it.The contrast between beauty and pain is prevalent throughout FOREVER. The albums title track is a sludge-fueled nightmare that pummels the listener; its Code Orange at their heaviest. Moments later, melody and hints of gracefulness enter
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