Metalcore outfit Code Orange have already brought their headlining tour to several sold out venues across the country, and they're set to close out this portion of their 2017 touring schedule in Philadelphia on Feb. 11. A few days before that show, on Feb. 8, the outfit will bring their tour inside The Marlin Room at Webster Hall, and tickets are quickly running out. For the Pittsburgh outfit, New York City is a home away from home; they've wowed crowds in the area with performances with American Nightmare, Poison The Well, and Every Time I Die in the past.
Code Orange will be on the road for a long time in support of their new studio album Forever, which peaked at number four on the Hard Rock Albums charts. This is the outfit's debut on Roadrunner Records after two highly praised studio albums on Deathwish Inc. The 11 track record was co-produced by Will Yip (Balance and Composure, None More Black) and Kurt Ballou (High on Fire, Modern Life Is War). After their headlining tour, they'll open for Gojira on their European tour before returning to the States to tour with Killswitch Engage and Anthrax in the spring.
While the venue will be packed for the band, the supporting acts on this bill will also bring the heat on a Wednesday evening. Industrial outfit Youth Code have been touring in support of their sophomore studio album Commitment to Complications. The outfit have been seen performing with acts such as Suicide Commando, Skinny Puppy, and AFI. Canadian dream pop artist Nicole Dollanganger is set to release her new studio album Hillbilly Noir in the near future. In 2015, she was the support act for Grimes' Rhinestone Cowgirls Tour. New Jersey metalcore group Lifeless spent 2016 touring North America and Europe with Cruel Hand, No Turning Back, and Merauder in support of their sophomore studio album Dream. On April 7 & 8, the band will make an appearance at Richmond, Virginia's United Blood Festival with Integrity, Agnostic Front, and Terror.