Code Orange Songs Ranked

Code Orange (formerly known as Code Orange Kids) is an American hardcore punk band that formed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2008. The band consists of guitarist, keyboardist, and backing vocalist Eric “Shade” Balderose, guitarist and vocalist Reba Meyers, vocalist and drummer Jami Morgan, bassist Joe Goldman, guitarist Dominic Landolina and touring drummer Ethan Young. The band’s started as a hardcore punk band and started to shift to metalcore on the release of their debut album Love Is Love/Return to Dust. Their later albums, such as Forever and Underneath, incorporated elements of grunge, electronica, and industrial. They have received one Kerrang! Award for Best International Breakthrough and have been nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Metal Performance. In 2012, four of the band’s members – Reba Meyers, Jami Morgan, Joe Goldman, and Dominic Landolina – formed the rock band Adventures; however, this group disbanded in 2016. Here are all of Code Orange’s songs ranked.

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10. Dreams in Inertia (I Am King, 2014)

“This is a great album from an awesome up and coming band. I never considered myself someone who was big into metalcore or hardcore, but this band is definitely changing my opinion.”

9. Hurt Goes On (Forever, 2017)

“The music manages to be refreshingly different from other heavy music while still being faithful to it. It is exactly what you would hope for from heavy music insofar as it feels chaotic while actually being very well crafted. I think any fan of heavy music should pick this up”

8. Sulfur Surrounding (Underneath, 2020)

“On Underneath, Code Orange sound as heavy as usual, but it seems even darker than before, with a much stronger industrial influence, and the synths and electronic elements make for wild mechanical soundscapes.”

Code Orange – Underneath (2020, Blue / Black Translucent Galaxy, Lenticular  Cover, Vinyl) - Discogs

7. The Mud (Forever, 2017)

“These guys are putting out some cutting edge material. Really impressed with how they have come up with such a dark, intense, and energizing record. Just when you think you’ve already heard the most intense metal music artists have to offer, groups like Code Orange come along and break the mold.”

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6. Mercy (I Am King 2014)

“Possibly the best album i have heard this year, despite picking it up a year late. Dark, weird, often incomprehensibly cryptic and most importantly, heavy as hell. The good bits of early slipknot, elements of Converge and other of those more technical mathcore/hardcore bands, a hint of protopunk and nirvana-esque weirdness into the mix and you get this. Great record.”

5. No One is Untouchable (Forever, 2017)

“All I can say is this album is amazing, it’s a real progression from the last album. It’s got so many textures and layers to it. There are tracks on this album at points that sound like a completely different band but it’s that they have incorporated new elements and really grown since there last album. I would highly recommend this album, as I would there back catalogue.”

Code Orange: Forever Album Review | Pitchfork

4. My World (I Am King, 2014)

“Definitely the best band to come out of the modern hardcore/metalcore scene. These kids prove every album and show that they deserve to hang with the greats.”

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3. I Am King (I Am King, 2014)

“This album had a lot of hype coming into it, which I was skeptical of since their other stuff never impressed me, but this is definately a breath of fresh air to what is becoming a cliche sound.”

2. Bleeding In the Blur (Forever, 2017)

“If this song came out in the early 90’s, it would be all over the radio. It incorporates that grunge sound so effortlessly in the rest of their catalog. I want more vocals from Reba, please!”

I Am King - Album by Code Orange | Spotify

1. Forever (Forever, 2017)

“Forever is the type of record that gives you everything you want without giving you anything you expected. Metalcore as a style has gradually worn its tired legs down into stale stumps, which is why it requires a certain special strategy of unorthodox manoeuvring to ensure the genre’s dated angry blows don’t strike fatigued ears.”