Posted in music on January 4, 2006
"Reunited New York metallers LIFE OF AGONY have parted ways with Epic Records after releasing only one album through the label, informed sources have revealed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET....'Broken Valley' has sold 27,000 copies in the United States so far, according to Nielsen SoundScan."
COREY TAYLOR & KEITH CAPUTO @ NOKIA THEATRE
I missed the Roadrunner 25th Anniversary show at Nokia Theatre a few weeks ago. Billboard reviewed it. They said the Roadrunner house band played "music from Biohazard (whose Evan Seinfeld joined for 'Punishment'), Madball (with show host and Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta singing 'Set It Off') and Life Of Agony (featuring singer Keith Caputo revisiting 'River Runs Red')." One more thing I wished I could of seen was "the sole acoustic number" sung by Caputo and Corey Taylor (Slipknot). Metal Injection has a ton of pictures.
Stylus Magazine, not afraid of metal, gave the recent Roadrunner 25th CD a B+.
BONUS: Roadrunner Records staff and bands list their top albums of 2005.