Agori Tribe – Roller Coaster Tragedies
Yesterday, Sunday, August 28, the Memphis-based psychedelic rock band Agori Tribe released the following message to their fans:
Ay peeps! Hope all is well in your worlds… We miss ya and we love ya but let’s not get too teary eyed just yet.
We all have been talking and meeting a lot and as a result we have decided the time has come…. Tomorrow evening we are going to release the new album “Roller Coaster Tragedies.” We aren’t doing any special release party for this one so you guys will have it in your ears TOMORROW. However we did come to the decision that something special needs to be done. We love you guys, we love this band and the continued support has truly been a blessing in this world of chaos. It all really keeps us going so from now on… All of our music is pay what you want. You all deserve it and it should always be this way. Tomorrow we will make the changes once the album is uploaded to bandcamp and everywhere else we can put it. Thank you guys a thousand times over for just everything. We are humbled and grateful.
catch us next weekend!
Sept. 3rd @ Newbys w/Voodoo Visionary
Sept. 4th Heritage Fest (8:15pm gayoso stage)
Jamie Davis of Zigadoo Moneyclips will be joining us on bass guitar for these shows
The boys from down South did not disappoint, as they most definitely did release the long-anticipated follow-up to their 2014 debut album, The Hard Mountain Tradition. Here is what the guys have to say about the new record:
We can’t thank you enough…It has been a long time coming and we are stoked to finally have this album complete and available to the world. This one means a lot to us. It is sort of a symbol of forward motion and positivity in a world of chaos. To show our gratitude, we have made all of our music “name your own price.” ENJOY 🙂 <3
And once again, the guys were true to their word, making ALL of their music “name your own price.” Please enjoy Roller Coaster Tragedies below! Also, make sure to catch them THIS SATURDAY at Newby’s with our friends from Voodoo Visionary from ATL, AND Sunday at the Memphis Music and Heritage Festival at 8:15 pm on the Gayoso Stage!