This past Saturday (March 14th), Code Orange unveiled their new live production at The Roxian in their hometown of Pittsburgh — to a virtually empty house. But plenty of fans got to watch: Fittingly dubbed "LAST ONES LEFT: In Fear of the End," and quickly put together after the band's originally planned concert was postponed due to coronavirus restrictions, the show was livestreamed on Twitch with the help of hardcore videographer extraordinaire Hate5six. The performance was notable for other reasons, as well: It marked Code Orange's first show with their new masked touring drummer and with bandleader Jami Morgan singing center stage as the group's frontman, and it saw the live debuts of several standout cuts off Underneath. Photographer Nick Seyler was there on assignment for Revolver to catch all the action — ahead of tonight's premiere of the show on YouTube, with improved audio mixed and mastered by Will Yip, check out some of his standout shots below.
Code Orange's 'Underneath' Release Show: See Badass Photos of "LAST ONES LEFT" Event
Performance hits YouTube with improved audio mixed and mastered by Will Yip
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