Code Orange have had an eventful 2019. They unleashed a strange, glitchy documentary, My World, in January. They collaborated with pro wrestler Bray Wyatt, a.k.a. The Fiend, and with left-field hip-hop experimentalists Injury Reserve and Jpegmafia. And, of course, they played plenty of unhinged live shows. But what fans really want is a new album, the follow-up to 2017's critically acclaimed Forever. That wish may be about to come true — the band certainly has something big in the works. Code Orange just blasted out the noise-spiked video teaser below, unveiled a new glassy-blue iteration of their panther-head logo and launched a mysterious new website, whatisreallyunderneath.com. The site is packed with interactive elements: TV monitors, windows, bunnies, a reception center and more to be clicked, a sliding tile puzzle, a spot to enter a code, a phone number and exclusive merch to be uncovered. What does it all mean? Only time will tell.
Code Orange Launch Cryptic New Video Teasers and Interactive Website
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