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Code Orange Announces ‘I Am King’ Australian Tour 2015

Formed in 2008, Pittsburgh’s Code Orange does things their own way.  Unconcerned with the direction of other artists, their brand of aggressive hardcore/punk merges hardcore power, intense dirge, and cryptic melody into their own uniquely-inspired sound.  The band released a series of EP’s and demos that lead to 2012’s groundbreaking LP, Love Is Love/Return To Dust  and toured the globe relentlessly over the course of two years in support of it.

In September of 2014, Code Orange released their landmark second album, I Am King, to great critical acclaim; Alternative Press hailed it as ”… riveting… at times overwhelming in the best possible way”.  The album shifts from “heavy” to “hard to define” through the use of unorthodox guitar work and percussion and chaotic song structuring.  I Am King shows Code Orange re-imagining what aggressive music can be, elevating and expanding what can be done within the confines of the genre without leaving it behind.

Code Orange “I Am King” Australian Tour 2015

Wed Sept 23 Crowbar, Brisbane
Tickets from Oztix outlets and www.oztix.com.au

Thur Sept 24 Zephyr Hall, Brisbane AA
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Fri Sept 25 Small Ballroom, Newcastle
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Sat Sept 26 Bald Faced Stag, Sydney
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Sun Sept 27 Bald Faced Stag, Sydney AA
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Wed Sept 30 Amplifier, Perth
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Thur Oct 1 YMCA HQ, Perth AA
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Fri Oct 2 Uni Bar, Adelaide Lic / AA
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Sat Oct 3 Reverence Hotel, Melbourne
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Sun Oct 4 Reverence Hotel, Melbourne AA
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Tickets on sale Now.

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