Tag Archives: Mina Caputo

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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Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo allegedly slams ex-drummer Sal Abruscato for transphobia; Sal fires back

Posted by on October 25, 2018

When former Life of Agony drummer Sal Abruscato left the band back in December of last year, we assumed it was an amicable split as Abruscato expressed his family was his focus. However, the group didn’t speak much about his departure as they moved forward by announcing Veronica Bellino as his replacement. Moving forward to […]

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Woman publicly apologizes to Life Of Agony’s Mina Caputo for biting incident

Posted by on May 29, 2018

Last week, a woman bit Life Of Agony’s Mina Caputo’s leg during their show in San Diego. Rightfully so, Caputo was angry about this incident as she shared the news via social media. It appears the woman had a decent amount of time to self reflect as she recently publicly apologized. Caputo has since forgiven […]

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Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo bitten at San Diego gig

Posted by on May 23, 2018

Life of Agony haven’t toured much since their second reformation back in 2014. It wasn’t until their first album in twelve years when they released 2017’s A Place Where There’s No More Pain via Napalm Records that they embarked on their biggest tour in years. Unfortunately, their West Coast run wasn’t as successful as we […]

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Paul Masvidal, Otep, Mina Caputo share LGBTQ experiences in the metal community

Posted by on June 29, 2017

We are approaching the end of Gay Pride Month, and during this time, Billboard spoke to a handful of out artists, asking about their experiences within the metal and hard rock community. In separate interviews, Paul Masvidal, founding member of Cynic, Otep Shamaya, and Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo, spoke about their experience. It was […]

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Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo wants to be the frontwoman for Stone Temple Pilots

Posted by on April 14, 2017

New York’s Life of Agony are on their way to releasing A Place Where There’s No More Pain on April 28 via Napalm. There have been quite a few changes for the group since 2005’s Broken Valley, making their forthcoming album one of the most anticipated records of 2017. While the band are currently promoting […]

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Interview: Life of Agony talk change, new album; win tickets to NJ show

Posted by on March 31, 2017

Life of Agony have been through quite a bit throughout their career. Their debut album, 1993’s River Runs Red, was instantly hailed as a classic album, blending hardcore with metal and anchored by the passionate, soulful voice of singer Keith Caputo. Subsequent albums found the band gaining popularity, but Caputo left in 1997, claiming his heart wasn’t […]

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Hear a new Life of Agony song, win tickets to see them in Sayreville

Posted by on February 3, 2017

Life of Agony were a bit ahead of their time. The Brooklyn band’s debut album, 1993’s River Runs Red, was a hardcore classic. They put out two more albums that found them getting more commercial, then broke up in 1999, two years after vocalist Keith Caputo left. They reunited for an album in 2005, then split […]

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Hear the first new Life of Agony music in 11 years

Posted by on October 13, 2016

It’s hard to imagine that Brooklyn’s Life of Agony have been around for nearly 30 years, having formed in 1989. It’s a little easier to imagine once you remember that the band’s timeline has been marked by several hiatuses, and as recently as two years ago, the band wasn’t together. The band have just announced […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10: Unsuccessful replacements in metal and hard rock

Posted by on May 4, 2016

AC/DC defied the odds 36 years ago when they recorded one of the most iconic rock albums of all time, Back In Black, with the late (and very beloved) Bon Scott’s replacement Brian Johnson. Now they’re taking a similar gamble by bringing in Axl Rose to fill in for a sidelined Johnson on the road. […]

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