ORGY's JAY GORDON To Join SOCIETY 1 At 'Suspension Show'

ORGY frontman Jay Gordon will be joining SOCIETY 1's Matt "The Lord" Zane on vocals at SOCIETY 1's "suspension show" at Hollywood's Key Club on March 11.

Gordon will be joining SOCIETY 1 onstage during The Lord's "suspension" — the part of the show where The Lord will perform after being pierced through his back with meathooks and hoisted in the air.

Gordon will accompany The Lord on the song "Everyone Dies (Rock Stars Don't Count)", from SOCIETY 1's Earache debut, "Exit Through Fear", and will proceed to take center stage during a must-see grand finale.

The Lord had this to say: "This should be a very interesting performance. Our vocal styles are very different so I am eager to hear Jay's interpretation of the music and what he does with it. This is something I don't think anyone would ever suspect which makes it not only unique but exciting. Have your camera ready."

SOCIETY 1's performance with special guest Jay Gordon will be the "piece de resistance" in a night full of extreme spectacles. Hosted by KSEXradio.com personalities, Wankus and British porn star Layla Jade, the evening kicks off with a series of sex contests, followed by an S&M show, and ends with performances by pro suspension artist Joey Strange and "America's Most Extreme Performance Artist", CoRE.

The entire show will be filmed for a DVD, due out later this year. Following the show, SOCIETY 1 will enter the studio to record their second album for Earache.

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