Code Orange has successes to spread its music all around the world in such a short time. So, let’s see more in detail about the successful journey of Code Orange, along with the band’s members net worth in 2022.
Back in 2008, Code Orange was founded by a bunch of kids from high school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, under the name “Code Orange Kids,” at first. Even though they started a hardcore punk band, they later shifted to metalcore on the release of their debut album as the band has also been known for their brave attitude that never hesitates to evolve its music, as well. The band’s current lineup consists of Eric Balderose on the guitar, Reba Meyers on the guitar and vocal, Joe Goldman on the bass, and Jami Morgan on the drums.
Code Orange has become a very successful band very quickly although having some issues at the beginning times of the band’s because the members were even not old enough to play at some of the clubs and could only tour between semesters. But still, the band could manage to open for such bands as The Misfits, The Bronx, Nekromantix, and Anti-Flag, as well as releasing self-published 2009’s Winter Tour Demo, 2010’s Demo 2010, and 2011’s Embrace Me/Erase Me. And right after signing on with Deathwish, Code Orange Kids made their menacing full-length debut with Love Is Love/Return to Dust, which also showcased the band shifting its music to metalcore on the release of their debut album after exploring the realm of heavier music. Later in time, the band also incorporated elements of grunge, electronica, and industrial in their later albums, such as Forever and Underneath, as well.
So, Code Orange has proven its music’s worth and future potential fast, receiving one Kerrang! Award for Best International Breakthrough and have been nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Metal Performance among many other successes they have achieved throughout their musical career.
So, let’s dig more into where and how Code Orange members net worth has reached so far, along with their successes on their way.
Code Orange and Members Net Worth
Debuting with Love Is Love/Return to Dust in November 2012, Code Orange Kids began touring immediately in support of their full-length debut with a short Canadian tour with Bane in October 2012 followed by a North American tour with Gaza and Full of Hell from November through December 2012. While also garnering pretty good fame through their album and promotion tour, the band didn’t wait much longer to release their acclaimed Kurt Ballou-produced sophomore LP, I Am King, in 2014. So, the band marked its first commercial breakthrough success, peaking at number 96 on the Billboard 200 and number 10 on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart, as well.
Continuing gathering successes one after another, Code Orange released 4 studio albums, 3 EPs, 1 live album, 6 other albums, and 13 music videos so far. And even though the band and its members are all younger rather than its competitors, it has already signed for a good deal of successes, including being nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Metal Performance, already, as well as winning a Breakthrough award of Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards and a Best International Breakthrough award of Kerrang! Awards in 2018.
So, let’s also take a closer look at their albums along with their places on charts.
- Love Is Love/Return to Dust (as Code Orange Kids), released on November 20, 2012
- I Am King, released on September 2, 2014, peaked at number 10 on US Hard Rock and 14 on Top Tastemaker Albums
- Forever, released on January 13, 2017, peaked at number 4 on US Hard Rock and 7 on Top Tastemaker Albums
- Underneath, released on March 13, 2020, peaked at number 6 on US Hard Rock and 2 on Top Tastemaker Albums
Let’s continue and also find out about Code Orange and its members’ net worth in 2022.
Reba Meyers Net Worth: $2 Million
Reba Meyers has become to prominence as the guitarist and vocalist of Code Orange after founding the American hardcore punk band with her high school friends in 2008. She began playing bass when she was just 12 years old as he also met her future bandmate, Jami Morgan, around the same time.
Outside of her tenure with Code Orange, Reba Meyers has also contributed vocals to King 810‘s 2016 La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God, and Bane‘s 2014 Don’t Wait Up. Back in 2012, she and her bandmates – Jami Morgan, Joe Goldman, and Dominic Landolina – formed the hardcore punk band Adventures with guitarist Dominic Landolina and keyboardist Kimi Hanauer, debuting with a self-titled EP quickly in the same year, as well. But later in 2016, the band officially announced their break-up, after releasing 2 EPs, 2 split singles, and a full-length debut album.
And today in 2022, Code Orange vocalist and guitarist Reba Meyers’s net worth seems to be $2 million.
Joe Goldman Net Worth: $5 Million
Best known as the bassist of Code Orange, Joe Goldman is also one of the co-founders of the band and the other hardcore punk band, Adventures, which they were founded with his bandmates, as well. On the other hand, he has also composed some of the band’s loved songs such as Kill the Creator, and Bleeding in the Blur, too.
Outside of his tenure with Code Orange, Joe Goldman has also contributed bass to Bane‘s 2014 Don’t Wait Up with his bandmate Reba Meyers, as well.
And today in 2022, Code Orange bassist Joe Goldman’s net worth seems to be $5 million.
Eric Balderose Net Worth: $7.6 Million
Best known as the guitarist of Code Orange, Eric Balderose is also one of the band’s founding members. He started playing with Code Orange at the age of 14 and has been with the metalcore band since their inception in 2008. In the meantime, Balderose has also contributed to some of the band’s songs composing, such as Forever, Kill the Creator, and Bleeding in the Blur.
Outside of his tenure with Code Orange, Eric Balderose has also contributed to Injury Reserve’s song HPNGC‘s composing, as well.
And today in 2022, Code Orange guitarist Eric Balderose’s net worth seems to be $7.6 million.
Jami Morgan Net Worth: $1 Million
Best known as the drummer of Code Orange, Jami Morgan was also among his bandmates when they formed a second band, Adventures, back in 2012. In the meantime, Morgan has also contributed to the band’s several efforts as producer, art direction, lyricist, and composer, as well.
Outside of his tenure with Code Orange, Jami Morgan has also contributed to Injury Reserve’s song HPNGC‘s composing, as well.
And today in 2022, Code Orange drummer Jami Morgan’s net worth seems to be $1 million.