Brooklyn's Life Of Agony have announced a seven date UK tour in September kicking off at Norwich Waterfront. Get full details inside...
Mina Caputo and Life Of Agony turn in a dark, emotional performance for their latest effort A Place Where There's No More Pain. Read our review here...
Brooklyn legends Life of Agony are back with a new music video for "World Gone Mad" from A Place Where There's No More Pain.
Brooklyn, NY's alt metal/hard rock group, Life of Agony, have debuted the music video for the title track off their upcoming release, A Place Where There's No More Pain.
Brooklyn's Life of Agony are streaming the lead single and title track off their forthcoming new offering, A Place Where There's No More Pain.
In this exclusive interview with Life of Agony's Alan Robert, we get Alan to share details on his new adult coloring book The Beauty of Horror: A GOREgeous Coloring Book and the new Life of Agony album!
Hardcore veterans Life Of Agony have announced their rescheduled European tour dates following the postponement of previous dates due to injury to drummer Sal Abruscato. Get the dates here...
A broken collarbone suffered by Sal Abruscato has forced the cancellation of Life Of Agony's European tour for this month. Get more details inside...
A whole decade has gone by since their last album but now, Life Of Agony are finally back!
Life Of Agony head up the latest round of additions for the 2016 Dynamo Metal Fest. More details inside.
Brooklyn hardcore band Life Of Agony are returning to the UK in 2016 for a series of shows. More details here.
Brooklyn-based Life of Agony have been pioneers for nearly 20 years. The group's 1993 debut album River Runs Red is a classic, essential album that every metal fan should own.
Although the phrase New York City can bring to mind images of a cluttered web of heaven-bound skyscrapers, constant yellow taxi cab-infused traffic jams, and hoards of totally diverse people roaming a labyrinth of numerically labelled streets, this majestic American city can also be known for its dualistic mix of light and dark (good and evil).
Apart from being a quartet of truly down-to-earth, kind, and hospitable guys, Life of Agony is also one hell of a seriously amazing heavy music band. They have playing together since roughly 1989 and after breaking up nearly a decade later in 1999, they have reformed and come back stronger and more powerful than ever.