ORGY To Release 'Army To Your Party' Single, '#newmusic' Album

ORGY To Release 'Army To Your Party' Single, '#newmusic' Album

Electronic rockers ORGY have been consistently releasing addictive EDM-influenced singles for the better part of the last decade, and their newest super single, "Army To Your Party", featuring buzzworthy rapper Crichy Crich, is no exception.

Listen to a sample of "Army To Your Party" below.

"Army To Your Party" can be pre-ordered now via iTunes, Amazon and Google Play, and will be officially released on May 11. The single is being released as part of an EP featuring three full volume mastered mixes of the track, including a radio edit, instrumental, and a cappella, as well as three dynamic mastered mixes in the same versions. The former are engineered for singers and for karaoke, and the latter for streaming, blogs, DJs and remix engineers to use in live setlists and remixes.

"Army To Your Party" is taken from the upcoming ORGY album, titled "#newmusic". The track was mixed by Jay Baumgardner of NRG Recording Studios, and is a full collaboration written by ORGY, Sullivan King and Crichy Crich. The single will be performed live in West Hollywood, California at the Whisky A Go Go on the release date, May 11, and on ORGY's upcoming tour.

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Along with the release of "Army To Your Party", ORGY is pleased to welcome new drummer Raanen Bozzio to the band. Raanen has always been surrounded by music, as he is the son of drumming legend Terry Bozzio from MISSING PERSONS and former Capitol Records A&R rep EV Bozzio. Over the years, Raanen has toured as direct support for the likes of CYPRESS HILL, WEDNESDAY 13, PERIPHERY, WEEDEATER and THE MEMORIALS.

"'Army To Your Party' is the super single release for the upcoming '#newmusic' ORGY record, which we'll tell our fans more about very soon," says ORGY mastermind Jay Gordon. "'Army To Your Party' features a guest appearance by the homie Crichy Crich, who is sick and gritty, so I know people will appreciate his contribution to the track. We're thrilled to also have the track be part of the new 'MX vs ATV All Out' video game, and to have our new drummer, Raanen Bozzio (son of my favorite drummer of all time Terry Bozzio), join the ORGY fold! Lots of exciting things happening in the world of ORGY right now."

"Lyrically, 'Army To Your Party' wreaks havoc on pointless cliques and Energy Vamps, as I often to refer to them by," adds Gordon. "Those are people who just have to rain on your parade and complain about everything just for the sake of complaining, yet offer nothing themselves."

"#newmusic" and "Army For Your Party" are being released via the partnership of D1 Music and Pacific Rising Entertainment, a new company started by longtime ORGY fan Adrian Stinson that aims to assist artists in making their vision come true, whether they are already an internationally known touring act or just getting their feet wet in the music industry.

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