If you’re craving new music from Orgy, apparently you aren’t the only one. The band has canceled a handful of shows due to a “high demand” for new material.

Orgy released a statement on their official site, saying, “Due to high demand for new music, ORGY must reschedule the last 5 dates of their current ‘Bad Blood Tour 2012′ in Sacramento, Tacoma, Portland, Oakland and Tempe so the band can get into the studio. These markets will be rescheduled for the second leg of the tour, which is expected to begin in the middle of May (exact dates TBA), along with new markets that the fans have been asking for.”

The statement concludes, “The newly reformed band — founding member Jay Gordon (vocals) along with Carlton Bost (guitar), Ashburn Miller (guitar), Nic Speck (bass) and Jamie Miller (drums) — apologize for the inconvenience to the fans but promise the wait will be well worth it. The Hollywood, Calif., rockers are excited to record new music and get a single out to radio before they hit the road again.”

The ‘Bad Blood Tour 2012’ will go on for two more shows on March 21 at the Key Club in Los Angeles and March 23 in San Ana, Calif., at The Observatory. Click here to see the exact list of canceled shows.

If you need your Orgy fix, see our photo gallery and concert review of the band’s gig in New York City.