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Code Orange performed a killer record-release show to an empty room due to ongoing concerns about coronavirus, or COVID-19. 

The band just released a new album, Underneath, and had plans to perform the show in Pittsburgh, their hometown. 

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When the event didn’t happen due to health concerns, the band wasn’t going to miss out on the opportunity to still crush their set, even if no one was there to hear it. 

Thankfully, they streamed the entire set on Twitch, so you can watch it below.

Watch LAST ONES LEFT: Fear of the End // 3.14 9pm EST from codeorangeofficial on www.twitch.tvAlso, check out their latest album Underneath below. 

Code Orange are far from the only band with the idea to livestream a show in the midst of the global health pandemic. YUNGBLUD recently announced the “Shit’s Weird Keep Calm and Carry On” show, which will take place March 16 at 7 AM PST on YouTube. He will be performing from Los Angeles. The announcement came after YUNGBLUD had to cancel shows in ten countries. 

Many artists had to cancel or postpone shows due to the crisis to keep people safe. On March 12, promoters Live Nation and AEG postponed all of their current and future tours due to coronavirus.

Many states have all implemented public gathering regulations, restricting the number of people that can attend public events.

What did you think of Code Orange live streaming their album release show? Sound off in the comments down below and let us know!

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