ORGY To Release 'Talk Sick' EP, Embark On U.S. Tour

ORGY To Release 'Talk Sick' EP, Embark On U.S. Tour

In support of the upcoming release of their new EP "Talk Sick", electronic hard rock kings ORGY will set off on their "Sick Talk Tour" headline run this Saturday, March 21 in West Hollywood, California at the famous Whisky A Go Go. The tour will hit a total of 24 markets, with an additional 25th set taking place at Revolution Fest in Guadalajara, Mexico on May 30. The tour features support from 9ELECTRIC (9E) and DEATH VALLEY HIGH.

ORGY is excited to bring the fans a super-charged, and chaotic show, as well as introduce to fans some fresh new music. Vocalist Jay Gordon states: "We are pleased to announce the lineup for the 'Sick Talk Tour'. ORGY will be taking 9ELECTRIC as special guests and opening the show will be hard-hitting DEATH VALLEY HIGH from my hometown San Francisco.

"We are very excited about this 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 on board with us as possible to help us push to the next level. Come and support the shows… we will not disappoint!"

Get your "Sick Talk Tour" VIP Meet-And-Greet Package now via the ORGY webstore! Maximize your concert experience with a rare chance to get up close and personal with the members of ORGY!

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Just $75.00 for:

* Hand-signed Tour Poster
* Private meet-and-greet session with the band
- Hang out with the band in the dressing room or the bus. (Will vary depending on venue restrictions)
- Photo with the band (Bring your camera!)
- Autograph session with the band as time permits

ORGY's "Talk Sick" EP, the first part of a two-part EP series (the second being the "Entropy" EP, coming in 4-6 months). The "Talk Sick" EP is only available for purchase on the band's web site or on the tour at the band's merchandise booth in the form of a special download card and code. If you buy the download card or the individual code through the webstore, you can have the one time/unique code e-mailed to you with payment via PayPal or have the card mailed directly to you. As mentioned above, the EP is also available to buy as merchandise on the upcoming tour.

"Talk Sick" EP track listing:

01. Talk Sick
02. Spells
03. Suck It
04. Come Back
05. Wide Awake And Dead
06. G Face
07. Monster In Me

Listen to the "Talk Sick" EP teaser sampler below.

In some behind-the-scenes news, ORGY is proud to announce that they have entered into a management agreement for Germany-Switzerland-Austria (GSA) and the U.K. with veteran European manager and marketing guru Henk Hakker of Black Mob management and marketing agency in Cologne, Germany. Henk was the former managing director and CEO of Roadrunner Records in Germany.

ORGY is:

Jay Gordon - Lead Vocals
Carlton Bost - Guitar, Synth Guitar, Vocals
Nic Speck - Bass, Vocals
Bobby Amaro - Drums, Vocals
Creighton Emrick - Guitar, Synth Guitar, Vocals

ORGY vocalist Jay Gordon reformed the band in 2011 after rabid demand from fans around the world. In September 2012, ORGY released their first single and music video in seven years, "Grime Of The Century", via D1 Music/Riot Media. In 2014, after two years and writing new music and touring, ORGY released their haunting single "Wide Awake and Dead", a musical collaboration written by Carlton Bost, Bobby Amaro, Nic Speck Creighton Emrick and Jay Gordon. 2015 is a brand new launching pad for ORGY, who currently boast a refreshed lineup and sound in anticipating of their upcoming dual EP release and "Sick Talk Tour".

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