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ORGY Try To Raise $100,000 For New Album, Fail Miserably

We've talked about many bands that found success with crowdfunding, namely Chimaira, Misery Signals and more recently, Protest The Hero, but for every band that does meet their goal, there are way more bands asking for way more money than they actually need, and then failing miserably.

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For example: ORGY.

The third-rate late 90s nü-metal act was plotting a comeback and I'm assuming they misjudged the marketplace thinking:

A) People even remember who Orgy is.

B) People actually care to see Orgy again.

The band, which is really just frontman Jay Gordon (pictured above with his next bold career move) with a whole new lineup, launched an Indiegogo campaign asking for $100,000 (!!!!) to record a new record, except oh hey, nobody cares.

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As of this writing, with one week left, the band has only raised $7,236, which means the band is $92,764 shy of their goal. The band laid out a budget with most of it going to pay a producer and pay for studio time, but it doesn't even matter because NOBODY CARES, ORGY!! JUST STAHP!!~!

Either way, Jay Gordon, if you're reading this, McDonalds is, in fact, hiring.

[via MetalSucks]

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