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 all hoped. It all started when a teacher made terroristic threats resulting in the cancellation of their Las Vegas gig due to the safety of their fans. Speaking of safety, during LOA’s final stop on their West Coast run last night (22nd) in San Diego, CA, a fan allegedly bit the band’s vocalist Mina Caputo’s leg.
Caputo shared the story via Twitter:
This girl assaulted & fanatically bit my leg 2nite at the show in #SanDiego She’s still out there All venues/bands should ban her from attending shows She’s sick Thnx 2the fans who separated us I don’t need medical attention thank heavens Respect2 the San Diego police 4helping pic.twitter.com/W7ieYF7YpA
— Mina Caputo (@MinaCaputo) May 23, 2018
It is difficult to believe that anyone would do such a thing aside from being part of a zombie apocalypse, having an outrageous drug side effect or, most likely, being insane. Hopefully, the band will complete their touring cycle without any additional scares or injuries.