WWE’s Bray Wyatt and metalcore act Code Orange have constructed fairly the connection through the years, with the band first producing the wrestler’s entrance music back in 2019. As Wyatt made his emotional return to the Smackdown ring Friday evening (Oct. 14) for the primary time in a 12 months, he had a brand new theme to stroll out to, once more courtesy of the Pittsburgh band.
Listening to simply the snippet of the brand new music despatched social media right into a tizzy. “Code Orange I NEED THIS THEME NEEEOW,” wrote one particular person on Twitter. “GIVE TO ME RIGHT NOW,” wrote another.
When prompted about extra particulars surrounding the observe, Code Orange divulged on Twitter that the music is known as “Shatter.” Although there is no info but on an official launch for the music past its TV debut, which was doubtless seen by 2 million individuals, in keeping with information from Forbes concerning WWE Smackdown’s common weekly viewership.
Wyatt’s return to the ring Friday evening was his first time since July 2021 and it was a heart-tugging second. Moderately than come out as his newest character The Fiend, Wyatt appeared maskless and shared a extra human facet of himself, although nonetheless carrying his signature lantern.
He defined about his absence, “I misplaced my profession, I misplaced two individuals who had been very, very near me, and I misplaced my method. I bought to a degree the place I assumed that every part that I might ever executed right here was all meaningless, that nothing I ever did has mattered to anybody. And I used to be mistaken.”
He added, “I’m extremely grateful. I’m actually, actually nervous to be right here. I by no means thought this might occur. This proper right here, that is simply me OK? This can be a model of me I by no means bought to introduce to you guys earlier than. That is simply me being me – real me – for the primary time.”
He additionally thanked the followers for “saving my life.”
Code Orange apparently picked up some new followers out of the WWE music showcase, as they posted a hyperlink to their merch retailer on Twitter for anybody “simply becoming a member of us…” and including, “purchase some shit and we’ll drop it,” doubtless referring to releasing “Shatter.”
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