Code Orange Kids - Love Is Love // Return To Dust album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Flowermouth (The Leech)|
|A2||Around My Neck // On My Head|
|A3||Sleep (I've Been Slipping)|
|A4||Liars // Trudge|
|A5||Colors (Into Nothing)
Vocals [Guest] – Adam McIlwee
|B1||Nothing (The Rat)|
|B2||Roots Are Certain // Sky Is Empty|
|B3||Choices (Love Is Love)|
|B4||Calm // Breath|
|B5||Bloom (Return To Dust)
Vocals [Guest] – Mike McKenzie
- Recorded At – Godcity Recording Studio
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-83471
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-83472
- Artwork – Kimi Hanauer
- Bass, Vocals – Joe*
- Drums, Vocals – Jami*
- Guitar, Vocals – Eric*, Reba*
- Mastered By – Carl Saff
- Photography By – Katie Krulock, Kimi Hanauer
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Engineer – Kurt Ballou
Notes1st pressing on white vinyl, limited to 2040 copies. Includes download coupon & lyric sheet insert.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 020286198260
- Matrix / Runout: DW140-A S-83471
- Matrix / Runout: DW140-B S-83472
|DW140||Code Orange Kids||Love Is Love // Return To Dust (CD, Album)||Deathwish||DW140||US||2012|
|DW140V||Code Orange Kids||Love Is Love // Return To Dust (LP, Album, RP)||Deathwish||DW140V||US||2014|
|DW140V||Code Orange Kids||Love Is Love // Return To Dust (LP, Album, RP, Yel)||Deathwish||DW140V||US||2013|
|DW140V||Code Orange Kids||Love Is Love // Return To Dust (LP, Album, Yel)||Deathwish||DW140V||US||2012|
|DW140V||Code Orange Kids||Love Is Love // Return To Dust (LP, Album, RP, Mar)||Deathwish||DW140V||US||2013|
Fav tracks: nothing (the rat), choices (love is love), bloom (return to dust). Least fav track: colors (into nothing).
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Love Is Love/Return to Dust is the debut album by the American hardcore punk band Code Orange Kids. The album was released on November 20, 2012 through Deathwish Inc. A music video for the song "Flowermouth (The Leech)" was released in October 2012. The first pressing of the album, limited to 3,000 copies, sold out within the first few weeks of release
Album (Studio full-length). Metalcore, Hardcore Punk, Post-Metal, Sludge Metal. Adam McIlwee (Tigers Jaw) : Vocals on "Colors (Into Nothing)". Mike McKenzie (The Red Chord) : Vocals on "Bloom (Return to Dust)". Code Orange Kids Discography.
Choices (Love Is Love) will get your head banging ? if it doesn?t, you?re listening to the wrong stuff ? and the soaring, wounding guitar is as nasty as you?ll hear on the album. The rolling bass-line, that embeds itself deep into the bowels of the track, along with the spiteful and pitiless vocals lurch around like some sort of jumping shadows. The drumming is akin to soldiers trudging their way through muddy fields, the emotion and passion that seeps out from each bang of the skin will leave you breathless and itching for more
Second Press: 298 - Opaque Maroon (Code Orange Kids exclusive) 1799 - Opaque Yellow. Third Press: 2108 - Transparent Orange. is everyone else's the same cause i think we should update this bad boy if so. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Choices (Love Is Love), 03:13. Calm, Breathe, 02:40. Bloom (Return To Dust), 05:21. Led Zeppelin Whole Lotta Love. I'll Be There I'll Be There.
Code Orange Kids (known as Code Orange from 2014 onwards) are a band formed in Pittsburgh, PA in 2008. The band consists of Jami Morgan (drums, vocals), Reba Meyers (guitar, vocals), Eric Balderose (guitar, vocals), and Joe Goldman (bass). They are currently signed to Deathwish Inc. and released their debut album Love Is Love // Return to Dust, produced by Kurt Ballou, on November 20, 2012.
Love Is Love/Return to Dust is the debut album by the American rock band Code Orange Kids Love Is Love/Return to Dust ranked at number 23 on AbsolutePunk's top 30 albums of 2012 list, at number 2 on The . Club's metal column Loud's "best metal, punk, and hardcore of 2012" list and also appeared on The Boston Phoenix's list of top metal albums of 2012 . Code Orange Kids - Love is Love // Return to Dust. CODE ORANGE KIDS - Flowermouth (The Leech).
Colors (Into Nothing) and Choices (Love Is Love) show off the band’s powerful lyrics and three-fold vocal contributions, Nothing (The Rat) throws us into a pool of chugging, sludgy basslines, while Calm/Breathe finally allows a welcome pause for breath. Debuts don’t get much better than this. Metal Hammer Newsletter.