Tag Archives: Life Of Agony

Concert Calendar (1/10-1/21): A Twenty-Ton Metal Hammer. Tool, The Bunny The Bear, & more

Posted by on January 10, 2024

  2024, ya’ll! It feels real good to say ‘sup to my show-attending moshketeers again in this fresh new year. Fuck yeah, here we go. Back into the live music groove! Still a bit calm on concerts this month, as January often goes, but the shows are definitely gonna get staked towards the beginning of […]

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Top 10 Breakthrough Metal/Hard Rock Albums of 1993

Posted by on November 10, 2023

  It’s hard to believe that 1993 was 30 years ago. With grunge becoming a mainstay on MTV and Top 40 radio over the previous couple of years, the mainstream was starting to favor a harder edge to their music. The year saw highly praised debuts from Tool, Cynic and Life Of Agony and breakthrough […]

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Photos/Review: Life Of Agony celebrate 30 years of ‘River Runs Red,’ in New Jersey & Michigan / 3/11 & 3/18/2023

Posted by on March 27, 2023

  The legendary Brooklyn alternative metal band Life of Agony are celebrating 30 years of their iconic, groundbreaking debut album, River Runs Red, by doing a world tour in Europe, the UK, and now the states. An album that Rolling Stone recently called “one of the greatest metal albums of all time.” And I definitely agree. […]

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Concert Calendar (12/7-12/11): The Heaviest of Concert Calendars – High on Fire, Inter Arma, & more

Posted by on December 7, 2022

We’ve entered the lightning round, ya’ll. As the bells toll, I highlighted a bunch of amazing shows you could totally go to this week before we deck them halls while our favorite bands wrap up their year. So please check out this week’s show-going list for fun as your gift shopping continues. I’m here all […]

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Concert Calendar (5/31-6/4) | The Gigs After the BBBQ: Max & Iggor Cavalera, Lez Zeppelin, & more

Posted by on May 31, 2022

    Hey guys, this is a VERY brief intro because there’s a lot – a LOT – of goodness happening! Thank you for supporting this metal news site and for caring about live music, and for allowing your best friend (me) to be your guide to the heaviness. I’m always here for you; just […]

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Concert Calendar (5/24-5/29): From City to City – Carcass, Vio-lence, & more

Posted by on May 23, 2022

  First of all, if you’ve never felt something around people going hard to see a mutual favorite band in concert, then I’m not sure if I trust you. Secondly, what a WEEK for shows. All That Remains, Suicide Silence, Matt Pike, Born of Osiris (!), and Primus (approved by Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee) […]

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Life of Agony’s documentary ‘The Sound Of Scars’ now available on digital platforms

Posted by on March 23, 2022

  Life of Agony have released their documentary, The Sound Of Scars, across all platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, and various digital and cable outlets. The 90-minute film was directed by Leigh Brooks and chronicles the band’s career. Vocalist Mina Caputo comments: “We’ve never avoided tough conversations and we don’t pretend to have all the answers. […]

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Life Of Agony have announced US tour with Dog eat Dog

Posted by on November 19, 2021

  Life of Agony have announced dates for the “Lost At 2022” U.S. tour with Dog Eat Dog. Tickets are available now. 01/26 Teaneck, NJ @ Debonair Music Hall (feat. Kings Never Die) 01/28 Bensalem, PA @ The Broken Goblet (feat. Kings Never Die) 01/29 Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater 01/30 Syracuse, NY @ Lost […]

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A Pale Horse Named Death are in the studio

Posted by on March 2, 2021

  A Pale Horse Named Death (Life Of Agony/ex-Type O Negative) is in the studio working on a follow up to When the World Becomes Undone. The band plans on releasing the record in fall 2021 via Long Branch Records/SPV. Frontman and guitarist Sal Abruscato spoke about the expectations of the fourth studio album: “I […]

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Mina Caputo (Life of Agony) releases new solo album ‘The Mones’

Posted by on November 19, 2020

  Life of Agony vocalist Mina Caputo has surprised us with the release of her new solo album, The Mones, which arrived last Thursday (12th). The record is currently available exclusively on Caputo’s Bandcamp. Knowing how challenging 2020 has been, Caputo decided to make this release completely free.   She explained via Twitter: “My New […]

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