CODE ORANGE cancel headlining tour due to health issues | Revolver

CODE ORANGE cancel headlining tour due to health issues

Guitarist Dominic Landolina needs time to heal from injury
Code Orange 2023 press 1600x900, Tim Saccenti
photograph by Tim Saccenti

Code Orange have shared some unfortunate news. Last fall, the Pittsburgh heavyweights released their expansive new album, The Above, (one of 2023's best) and were set take the record out via a U.S. headlining trek this coming winter. 

Sadly, the band have now announced that they're canceling the tour, as well as their appearances at ShipRocked Cruise and Pulp Summer Slam, due to an ongoing injury  guitarist Dominic Landolina has been battling.

"It pains us deeply to announce that we are canceling our upcoming headline tour, as well as the ShipRocked cruise / Pulp Summer Slam around it," the band wrote in a statement.

"Our guitarist Dom has been dealing with serious health issues over the past year that have led to his inability to play, perform and live comfortably. While he gritted through our fall performances, his issues were exasperated by them.

"We wanted to give him proper time to heal before making a group decision, and were very hopeful he would be able to return by February.

"Ultimately its been determined that he is unable to play guitar at this time. We take this decision very seriously, and this is the last way we intended to start this era.

"We have been together since we were teenagers, have ridden in vans and slept on floors for the majority of our career. No time period has been as difficult for us as the last few years.

"We are now focused on regaining our strength. We will be back with more stability and in full force. Thank you for the continued love and respect. Please support the amazing GEL, Teenage Wrist, Soul Blind, Spy and Gridiron on whatever they choose to do.

"Refunds are available at point of purchase."

We at Revolver are sending our best wishes to Landolina and the Code Orange camp. See their full post below.