New Code Orange Kids Video

2012-10-12 by Wes Williams | 33 Comments
A new music video for a new song from the upcoming LP, Love is Love // Return To Dust can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SpVa-x7YndY
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treeqt.
October 12th 2012
13856 Comments


ok video, ok song

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henryChinaski
October 12th 2012
2991 Comments


Good

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XingKing
October 12th 2012
11090 Comments


I didn't know this band was female fronted. Heavy shit.

Brumas
October 12th 2012
118 Comments


They're not, the drummer does the majority of the vocals as far as I can tell.

StarlessAnd
October 12th 2012
443 Comments


shit band

intotheshit
October 12th 2012
3639 Comments


These guys/girl are making a serious push to change what hardcore is. Something fresh finally.

StarlessAnd
October 12th 2012
443 Comments


finest band of the post-defeater era

intotheshit
October 12th 2012
3639 Comments


When are you going to stop being so gay?

Hep Kat
October 12th 2012
16648 Comments


they so kewl they so keeeewl

i want they automagrafs

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Hep Kat
October 12th 2012
16648 Comments


who is starless anyway

DeafMetal
October 12th 2012
8587 Comments


these guys r local and get way more publicity than necessary considering they suck LOL

Evreaia
October 12th 2012
4154 Comments


sounds pretty great

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taxidermist
October 12th 2012
7218 Comments


these guys r local and get way more publicity than necessary considering they suck LOL

They get a lot of publicity because they're young. They've kinda blown up.

StarlessAnd
October 12th 2012
443 Comments


yea they kinda blow agreed

DeafMetal
October 12th 2012
8587 Comments


"They get a lot of publicity because they're young. They've kinda blown up."

o i hadn't noticed thx for clarifying

taxidermist
October 12th 2012
7218 Comments


Anytime, bud :-)

StarlessAnd
October 12th 2012
443 Comments


young dudes get famous damn what an unexpected scenario

XingKing
October 12th 2012
11090 Comments


They're not, the drummer does the majority of the vocals as far as I can tell.


It's the same vocalist, the video just has them switching who sings it. Sorta like when the main vocalist of a band also blatantly does the backing vocals but the music videos have the other members doing it. After seeing the female, the vocals just sound distinctly female to me now. I dunno.

necromechanical
October 12th 2012
519 Comments


song sounds fucking sweet

Spluger
October 12th 2012
1189 Comments


Didn't think the song was anything great but it got me interested.

Bloodhail
October 12th 2012
1145 Comments


"It's the same vocalist, the video just has them switching who sings it. Sorta like when the main vocalist of a band also blatantly does the backing vocals but the music videos have the other members doing it. After seeing the female, the vocals just sound distinctly female to me now. I dunno."

you're wrong. stop pretending like you know what you're talking about. Jami, Reba and Eric all contribute to the vocals.


Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
October 12th 2012
51166 Comments


yeah, even I contribute vocals

Bloodhail
October 12th 2012
1145 Comments


agreed

Cygnatti
October 12th 2012
24003 Comments


starless is fade duh

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Spluger
October 12th 2012
1189 Comments


I can hear a difference in the vocals. The whole, I don't know what you wanna call it, "filter"(?) is a big reason why some people probably can't tell.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
October 12th 2012
51166 Comments


yeah

GringoSuave89
October 12th 2012
1086 Comments


wicked stuff

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TomAkaVeto
October 13th 2012
1728 Comments


Yeah, what Bloodhail said. They all do vocals except Joe.

Also, this band rules. Screw anyone who says other wise. I've seen them live three times and I saw Adventures (their indie/pop-punk band) once. They always kill it. They're not popular because they're young, they're popular because they put on an awesome show every time. First time I saw them, I completely forgot what every other band did that night because it seemed irrelevant in comparison. Their energy is insane and they always play well. "Young" bands are a dime a dozen. This band is popular because they're actually fucking good.

TomAkaVeto
October 13th 2012
1728 Comments


Sorry, end rant, but I'm willing to back these kids cause I respect them as musicians and as people.

Hep Kat
October 13th 2012
16648 Comments


starless is fade duh


who are you

treeqt.
October 13th 2012
13856 Comments


They're amazing and that's why I think they can do better than this. It wasn't a bad song though, I just think that they can easily produce better ones.

DeafMetal
October 13th 2012
8587 Comments


huge mehs

earthblues
October 15th 2012
48 Comments


I miss 2004



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