An American rock band that was best known for their remake of "Blue Monday" in 1998 is back again. Orgy emerged after covering New Order's song "Blue Monday" many years ago. The remake was on Orgy's album Candya**.

The band came out with a few other albums in 2000 Vapor Transmission, 2004 Punk Statik Paranoia, and 2015 with Talk Sick. Well, it has been quite a while since Orgy pleasured our eardrums then and continuing to be back at it again. On April 9, the band shared their newest release through different platforms.

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Their "Karma Kastles" was featured on the band's Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. It has been what seems like forever since Orgy released new music. Orgy fans aren't feeling so blue anymore since they're coming back around the music scene.

When Orgy emerged into the rock scene I was still in middle school and enjoyed blasting their music. Also, in 1999 the band's poster made an appearance in the romance/drama American Beauty that won an Academy Award for Best Picture and more in 2000. Another song that is well-liked is "Stitches" also on the Candya** album. Besides being into their music, I had the hugest crush on Jay Gordon, Orgy's lead singer.

The YouTube channel Bringin' It Backwards had a great opportunity to interview Orgy. You can hear what the band has been up to by clicking the interview link above. But one thing for sure is, I definitely dig their new tune and hope you do as well.

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