Originally formed in 1997, ORGY was signed to KORN's label Elementree Records and released their debut album Candyass in 1998. Featuring their two hit singles, a cover of the New Order song "Blue Monday" and "Stitches" along with the song "Revival" featuring Jonathan Davis of KORN, the album went on to sell almost two million copies. ORGY appeared on the Family Values Tour with KORN, Limp Bizkit, Ice Cube, Incubus and Rammstein and were featured on the live compilation album from the tour released in 1999. Their second album, the science fiction-themed Vapor Transmission, was released in 2000 featuring the singles "Fiction (Dreams in Digital)" and "Opticon" and the band later released the song "Faces" for the soundtrack to the movie Zoolander.
As the demand from fans for new music and a tour continued to grow over the past few years, founding member JAY GORDON (vocals) hand-selected guitarist CARLTON BOST (former Deadsy), guitarist ASHBURN MILLER (also from Deadsy), bassist NIC SPECK (from Run-Run-Run and George Lynch) and drummer JAMIE MILLER (formerly with Snot, The Start, And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead) to come together and carry on the ORGY name. The guys—who’ve all known each other from their previous projects—have mutual respect both professionally and creatively for one another and are excited to be working together.