Those raucous gypsy punks of Gogol Bordello have cooked up their sixth studio album, "Pura Vida Conspiracy," set for release July 23 on ATO/Casa Gogol Records.
Produced by Andrew Scheps (Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Mars Volta) and recorded in El Paso, Texas, "Conspiracy" is made up of 12 new songs, with titles like album opener "We Rise Again" and "Malandrino" (listen here).
"Pura Vida Conspiracy" marks the NYC-based group's first album since 2010's acclaimed "Trans-Continental Hustle." That set, produced by Rick Rubin for his American Recordings, reached No. 9 on the Alternative Albums chart and has sold 67,000 albums in the U.S., according Nielsen SoundScan.