Code Orange is glad to see the reactions to "Let Me In".
At WWE's 32nd annual SummerSlam pay-per-view from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt made his in-ring debut and defeated Finn Balor within a matter of minutes by way of the Mandible Claw. Wyatt's in-ring debut, entrance and theme music was and currently is being praised by the masses. Wyatt's "Let Me In" theme song was put together by Code Orange but the majority of the sports-entertainment company's theme songs are produced by CFO$.
Code Orange spoke about communicating with WWE and Bray Wyatt about piecing together a theme for "The Feind" during an interview with Newsweek. Jami Morgan, who is the drummer and vocalist for Code Orange, stated during the interview that Bray followed the band's official Twitter account which led to a DM being sent to Bray that launched the process.
"What happened was I saw that Bray had followed us on Twitter, and we've been following him since a couple of years ago when our record I Am King came out and that's around when he kicked off at the same time with his vignettes and vibe," Morgan said. "And so I just messaged him and said, 'Hey man, I think we should do something together and it makes a lot of sense' and he hit me back."
It is noted in the write-up that the band nor Bray did not know if "Let Me In" was going to be used until SummerSlam neared closer. To check out the full interview, click here.
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