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Orgy/Vampires Everywhere!/Daveysuicide/Ventana 

When: Tue., March 19, 7 p.m. 2013
Price: $15
Formed nearly 20 years ago by singer Jay Gordon, industrial rockers Orgy scored had their first hit in the late ’90s with a cover of New Order’s synth pop tune “New Monday.” The Orgy guys didn’t switch up the original rendition too much but they did make the song heavier and it caught on. But that was then and this is now, and industrial rock isn’t nearly as popular as it once was. Orgy has been through a major line-up shift and the only original member is now Gordon — and in order to retain the rights to the Orgy name, he’s had to fight off lawsuits from former members. The band doesn’t have a new album out but is touring in support of “Grime of the Century,” their first single in over 7 years. Its soaring vocals might be too poppy for hardcore fans but the track certainly has a memorable melody, even if Gordon sounds too subdued. (Jeff Niesel)

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