Code Orange’s Reba Meyers: “Growing up, I never listened to guitar players other than myself. I just did my thing”

Reba Meyers
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In 2020, Code Orange’s fourth album Underneath was universally hailed as a metal landmark. Featuring some of the most brutal noises you’re likely to hear outside a war zone, it was in turns innovative, catchy and disturbing, with the band expanding beyond their hardcore roots with more industrial and electronic elements than ever before. 

Frontman Jami Morgan called it “some of the hardest shit there is, period.” Now they’re pushing things a stage further with an album of remixes, titled What Is Really Underneath?

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Jenna Scaramanga

Jenna writes for Total Guitar and Guitar World, and is the former classic rock columnist for Guitar Techniques. She studied with Guthrie Govan at BIMM, and has taught guitar for 15 years. She's toured in 10 countries and played on a Top 10 album (in Sweden).