Life of Agony has rebooked their east coast tour dates that were interrupted this winter when members of the band contracted COVID-19. Dog Eat Dog will provide direct support on some dates with other artists. The band just released their The Sound of Scars documentary on VOD services and streaming platforms to widespread acclaim and rave reviews from fans. Check our recent coverage of their last tour here.
Life of Agony made a stop in East Stroudburg, Pa. On their Lost at 2022 tour, featuring Dog Eat Dog and local opener Empire Fallen for the Lost At 2022 Tour. Despite a sizeable snowstorm that pounded the entire region, loyal fans of LOA gathered patiently outside The Sherman Theater comparing stories and recalling how many times they had seen the band since 1993 when the Brooklyn based band was supporting their first album. So now tonight, after 2 years, the LOA familia were not gonna let a snow storm or any other act of God stop them from being reunited with this band that has been the soundtrack of so many of their lives
Life of Agony has announced the release of a new feature-length documentary, directed Leigh Brooks, about the making of their last album, 2019 The Sound of Scars, out now via Napalm Records. The band also announced a limited, two-week screening of The Director’s Cut starting Friday, April 16th, 2021. Watch the trailer now!
Life of Agony and Static-X will undertake a co-headline tour of Europe next summer. “The Agony & The X-Stasy” trek will kick off on August 4 in Budapest, Hungary, and end of August 15 in Berlin, Germany. Life of Agony is currently on a brief headline tour of the USA supporting their acclaimed new album The Sound of Scars (Napalm Records). Static-X has been on tour in 2019 with their new singer Xero, performing the and have plans for a new album in 2020 with the remaining tracks from Wayne Static. Continue reading
Life of Agony has announced a contest where local bands in Europe can open for their upcoming tour with Doyle. One band will be selected for each city on the tour. LOA just released their amazing new album, The Sound of Scars (Napalm Records), the sequel to their classic debut album River Runs Red. Enter the contest below. Continue reading
Older, wiser, better, stronger. That could very well be the 2019 tag line for Life of Agony. Since the bands’ return a full-time band from their hiatus, the have continued to evolve and improve, year over year. Anybody can get on stage, take a paycheck for nostalgia’s sake. No, not this band. Their approach to new music has been inspired. Their comeback album, 2017’s A Place Where There’s No More Pain (Napalm Records) was a powerful reminder of what made this band vital in the first place. Now on The Sound of Scars (also Napalm), the band returns to the scene of their original triumph, to continue the tale. Continue reading
Life of Agony has shared brand new single, the heavy as hell ‘Black Heart’ from their new album The Sound of Scars, due out next week via Napalm Records. Jam out to the amazing track below! Also, Catch bassist/vocalist and acclaimed artist Alan Robert all this weekend at New York Comic-Con, promoting his New York Times Bestselling adult coloring Book series The Beauty Of Horror!Continue reading
Life of Agony is barreling towards their Ovto[er 11th release date of their new album The Sound of Scars via Napalm Records. The band just announced a record release celebration at the most Brooklyn place possible, Coney frickin Island on October 12th! Sponsored by Brooklyn Vegan, 89.5 FM WSOU, and The Jerry Farley Presents have teamed up to host LOA’s “The Sound Of Scars” Record Release Celebration at Coney Island Brewery. This date is significant to the band’s history, because it marks the 26th anniversary of the release of their debut album River Runs Red. Life Of Agony will perform new songs from the forthcoming album “The Sound Of Scars”, as well as fan favorites from their catalog. Continue reading
We are fast approaching the new album from Life of Agony, The Sound of Scars, due out October 11th, 2019. The band is also gearing up for their next tour dates, in Europe to celebrate the album’s release. Now watch an insiders view of the making of the record with producers Sylvia Massy (Tool, System Of A Down) and Joey Z, along with the rest of the band, as they travel from New York to Ashland, Oregon to record the album. Find out how their unique approach to continuing the story of their iconic River Runs Red concept album, twenty-six years later.Continue reading
Legendary New York band Life of Agony has shared a new single and music video for the track “Lay Down”! The song comes from their highly-anticipated new album The Sound Of Scars, due on October 11 via Napalm Records. Produced by the iconic Sylvia Massey (Tool, Marilyn Manson, System of a Down), the album is a concept album and the successor to the LOA classic debut River Runs Red. The song is an emotional hug to survivors of trauma. The video was filmed in an actual haunted mansion! Watch the clip below. Continue reading