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ORGY – Announces New Tour Dates!


ORGY are back and they are ready to take their world of chaos and insanity to the masses across North America starting March 25th. The trek, dubbed the “Sick Talk” tour, will feature 9ELECTRIC as direct support and Death Valley High as openers. ORGY will be touring to support their much-anticipated new EP’s, Talk Sick and Entropy, which are due later this year. (see all tour dates below)

Jay Gordon from Orgy states: “ORGY ‘SICK TALK ‘ Spring tour update: I’ve been hangin’ with my boy Ron Underwood from 9 ELECTRIC – 9E, since the Wayne Static Memorial Show about taking them with us on this tour, so we threw some tentative dates together with 9E, and said it was a go for them. So we are pleased to announce the lineup for the “SICK TALK TOUR”. ORGY will be taking 9E as Special Guest and opening the show will be hard hitting DEATH VALLEY HIGH – DVH from my hometown San Francisco.

“We’re excited to bring the fans a super-charged, and chaotic show, as well as introduce to fans some fresh new music. ORGY has been writing and recording over the past year which will be coming by way of 2 EP’s, the first of which is titled TALK SICK will be released to coincide with the start of the tour the end of March. The second EP is tentative titled ENTROPY will be released 4 – 6 months later.

“We are very excited about the Spring tour and a fresh new start for ORGY, and we will not stop developing and creating fresh new music until we have regained the trust and interest from all of our fans from the past as well as capture the attention of fans in the near future and beyond. We hope to get as many people onboard with us to help us push to the next level, as possible. Please come and support the shows. We will not disappoint. XJXGXOXRXGXYX.”

Ron Underwood (vocals) states: “I’m completely stoked to now be signed to Another Century. It’s a family of true music lovers who put passion into their work. I know this because a lot of the same people helped build my former band’s career. It’s really good to be back. In a similar twist, it’s gonna be awesome to hit the road again with Orgy, only this time with 9E. I’ve grown a lot since my debauchery days with Opiate for the Masses. Hopefully Jay won’t get me to wear booty shorts when I sing ‘Blue Monday’ with them this time around, ha.

“The tunes for our debut full-length album are really shaping up. I love writing with my guys! The new rhythms seem generally more aggressive and punchy, but the melodies are becoming slicker as we cut out more and more of the fat. I wanna create this laser beam where you know exactly what everybody’s experiencing. It’s on the line and absolute in its color and texture. It polarizes the people and creates a battery. That’s my goal with 9E.”

Wed 25 Mar – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
Fri 27 Mar – Minneapolis, MN @ POV’s
Sat 28 Mar – Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli’s
Sun 29 Mar – Des Moines, IA, Val Air Ballroom
Tue 31 Mar – Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
Wed 01 Apr – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre
Fri 03 Apr – Amityville, NY @ Revolution Bar
Sat 04 Apr – Winchester, VA @ Blue Fox Billiards
Sun 05 Apr – Beckley, WV @ Muncheez
Tue 07 Apr – Louisville, KY @ Expo 5
Wed 08 Apr – St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
Thu 09 Apr – Clarksville, TN @ The Warehouse
Sat 11 Apr – St. Pete, FL @ State Theatre
Sun 12 Apr – Sanford, FL @ West End Trading Company
Thu 16 Apr – San Antonio, TX @ Fitzgeralds
Fri 17 Apr – Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
Sat 18 Apr – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
Sun 19 Apr – Dallas, TX @ Trees
Wed 22 Apr – Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
More Dates TBA

Source: The Gauntlet