Billboard Premieres Life of Agony’s First Song in Over Twelve Years! New Album “A Place Where There’s No More Pain” Drops April 28th!
February 4, 2017 Comments Off on Billboard Premieres Life of Agony’s First Song in Over Twelve Years! New Album “A Place Where There’s No More Pain” Drops April 28th!
It has been 12 years since New York metal act Life of Agony released its last album, 2005’s Broken Valley. That’s a lifetime in the music industry, although in the timeline of Life of Agony, that’s pretty much on schedule. After all, eight years passed between when it released 1997’s Soul Searching Sun and Broken Valley, but nonetheless, fans have wondered if the quartet of singer Mina Caputo, bassist Alan Robert, guitarist Joey Z and drummer Sal Abruscato would ever return to the studio.
They are getting their wish: Life of Agony’s fifth album, A Place Where There’s No More Pain, will be arriving April 28 on Napalm Records.
“We have a long history of connecting to our fans on an emotional level through our words and music, and that’s why I think there’s something really relevant and timeless about the message behind the title track,” adds Robert. “It’s about facing your problems head on in order to find peace within yourself — a topic that really hits home for a lot of our fans struggling with their own demons. The opening line ‘Running away only makes it worse’ couldn’t be more true, because sooner or later those problems will catch up with you, and when they do, you gotta be strong enough to deal with them.”
November 8, 2016 § Leave a comment
Life of Agony are putting the finishing touches on their highly anticipated 5th studio album “A Place Where There’s No More Pain” (Napalm Records) before heading overseas to begin their 2016 European headline tour. Check out the full schedule and ticket availability at http://www.lifeofagony.com
October 28, 2016 § Leave a comment
Meet Life of Agony’s Alan Robert at Chiller Theatre (Sheraton Parsippany, NJ) in THE MORRIS ROOM!
October 3, 2016 § Leave a comment
Alan Robert Announces NYC Book Release Party and More October Appearances at New York Comic Con, Rock & Shock, and Chiller Theatre
September 25, 2016 § Leave a comment
LIFE OF AGONY’S ALAN ROBERT ANNOUNCES NYC BOOK RELEASE PARTY AND MORE OCTOBER APPEARANCES
Life of Agony is currently wrapping up production on its highly anticipated new studio album “A Place Where There’s No More Pain” (Napalm Records), due in early 2017. This November and December, the group heads over to Europe for a full headlining tour, but before they do, LOA bassist/songwriter Alan Robert sets out to support the release of his best-selling, horror-themed adult coloring book at several events this October.
Life of Agony’s Alan Robert to Perform with Legendary Misfits Horror-Punk Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein at Rock and Shock Festival: Friday October 17th at Worcester Palladium
October 1, 2014 § Leave a comment
Life of Agony‘s Alan Robert will perform with legendary Misfits horror-punk Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein at Rock and Shock Festival (Worcester Palladium) on Friday October 17th, 2014 as part of a supergroup named THE ROCKING DEAD. Robert’s band Life of Agony will co-headline the festival with Gwar the following night (10/18/14). Robert’s Killogy Halloween Special (IDW) comic book starring Doyle will be available for signing at the event. For more info: http://rockandshock.com/bands/
January 2, 2014 § Leave a comment
We are proud to announce that Alan Robert’s KILLOGY, starring Goodfellas’ Frank Vincent, The Ramones’ Marky Ramone, and Heroes’ Brea Grant won the Horror Comic Award for Best Scene of 2013 at ComicMonsters.com. Killogy was up against some stiff competition, including best-selling series Locke & Key and ’68, among many others. To see a full list of award winners, CLICK HERE >
In related news, KILLOGY also came in at #4 on Bloody Disgusting’s 2013 BEST COMICS MINI-SERIES LIST!
“Using the likeness of Brea Grant, Frank Vincent, and Marky Ramone, writer/artist Alan Robert lets loose on the tough-guy dialogue with his three hard-broiled anti-heroes. With an art style all his own, Robert is heavy on the shadows and rich with primary colors. With such striking illustrations and pulpy dialogue, there is no way your eyes can look away from this.” —Bloody Disgusting
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