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CODE ORANGE stream record release show from empty venue

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Industrialized metalcore / experimental metal act CODE ORANGE livestreamed their performance to an empty Roxian Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA via Twitch this past Saturday, March 14th. The performance was planned as their record release show for their acclaimed new LP UNDERNEATH, which arrived this past Friday, March 13th, before the venue postponed all of its scheduled shows in March due to coronavirus concerns.

Broadcasting live on Twitch, the revolutionary hour-long stream titled, “THE LAST ONES LEFT: IN FEAR OF THE END,” saw the band delivering a powerful performance interspersed with cinematic imagery to nearly 13,000 concurrent viewers, with it quickly trending Top 15 on Twitter in the United States. The performance is available now on Code Orange’s official Twitch channel.

13,000 fans moshed at home as a metal band streamed from an empty venue – learn more about this special event via Popular Science!



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