Gogol Bordello's new album "Pura Vida Conspiracy" -- its first on ATO Records -- is due July 23, and the group is on the road "to raise motherfucking hell," as punk-philosopher frontman Eugene Hurtz puts it. The band's summer schedule of rock-roots riots in the United States, Western and Eastern ­Europe, Canada and Brazil coincides with the release, but it will be typical of an annual trek that has inspired comparisons to gypsy caravans and earned the act its reputation as a global current-day Grateful Dead.

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