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Life of Agony at Irving Plaza
Life of Agony at Irving Plaza in April (more by Mathieu Bredeau)
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Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo lists her top 10 albums of 2017

Life of Agony had been making a comeback over the past few years, and this year they returned with A Place Where There's No More Pain. It was their first album in 12 years...

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Life of Agony at Irving Plaza
photo by Mathieu Bredeau
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Life of Agony played Starland & Irving (pics & setlist), off to Europe (dates)

Check out pictures and the setlist from NYC, and upcoming European dates.

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Artists react to Chris Cornell’s death: Jane’s Addiction, Jimmy Page, St. Vincent & more

Jane's Addiction, Jimmy Page, St. Vincent, Elton John, Laura Jane Grace, Anthrax, Devin Townsend, Dillinger Escape Plan, Yusuf/Cat Stevens, Q-Tip, Joe Russo, Ozzy Osbourne, and more react to Chris Cornell's death.

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Life of Agony detail new LP, touring, playing Irving/Starland ++ check out Alan Robert’s coloring book

Last year, Life of Agony announced that they'd release a new album called A Place Where There's No More Pain, their first since 2005's Broken Valley. Now a release date is finally set and more details are here along with more shows...

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Life of Agony announce dates, including NJ Rock Carnival; Sal broke his collarbone

There's also a show in upstate, NY, a new album coming, and a broken collarbone.

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Life of Agony announce a new album

Since vocalist Mina Caputo (who was known as Keith Caputo at the time) first left Life of Agony, shortly after the release of 1997's Soul Searching Sun, the band have reunited more than once, but usually just to play shows (which are always heavy on the material everyone loves from their classic first album River Runs Red)...

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Life of Agony played East Coast Tsunami (watch), playing NJ

Life of Agony have been slowly becoming more and more active lately. Mina Caputo & co. recently played their first two hometown shows in ages, and the Brooklyn band made their way to Reading, PA this past weekend for the East Coast Tsunami festival with Wu-Tang, Mobb Deep, Body Count, Madball and more...

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Life of Agony playing Brooklyn show at The Wick, and other dates (Graspop, Hellfest & more)

It's been a while since Life of Agony played a NYC show, let alone a Brooklyn show. Last year they returned with Mina Caputo on vocals to play a single area show at NJ's Starland Ballroom...

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20 years later, the stage diving debate rages on (RIP Christopher Mitchell)

Stage diving is the hot topic of the week with Joyce Manor speaking out publicly against it happening at their shows. It reminded me of all the attention stage diving was getting after a kid died jumping off the stage at a Life of Agony show at L'Amour...

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Life of Agony announce NJ show, Mina Caputo now on vocals

Against Me! put out six studio albums in the past 12 years, and arguably just keep getting better. Brooklyn's Life of Agony put out classic metalcore album "River Runs Red" in 1993, two more albums before 1998, and then just continued to reunite every so often without new material, not counting their short-lived attempt at a comeback with their mostly-ignored new album on Epic in 2005...

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