An Interview With Life Of Agony: Song For The Absurd

Since reuniting together for a second time back in 2014, Life Of Agony continues to play actively throughout Europe and the greater New York area. This time around, there’s no question that the band remains musically and personally stronger than ever, as they relentlessly feed off the positive energy of …

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An Interview with Life Of Agony: Through And Through

With a long-lasting career that spans over 25 years, there’s no question that Life Of Agony’s music still holds up. Through the release of colossal studio efforts like River Runs Red and Ugly in the ’90s, these New York hardcore icons have instilled many uplifting messages that touch the hearts …

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An Interview with Sal Abruscato from A Pale Horse Named Death: Lightning In One Hand, A Gun In The Other

Sal Abruscato is best known for being the former drummer of metal legends Type O Negative and Life Of Agony, but after playing behind the kit for more than 30 years, he decided to embark on a mystical new journey.

Enter A Pale Horse Named Death, a gothic metal project …

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Interview with Sal Abruscato from A Pale Horse Named Death: Riding Again For The First Time

Sal Abruscato has been in his share of amazing bands. Starting in Type O Negative and then joining Life Of Agony, he was deeply involved in the metal, hardcore and goth scenes in the ‘90s. Later on, Sal went on to form the band Supermassiv. We mostly know Sal as …

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Life Of Agony @ Starland Ballroom

SAYREVILLE, NJ—River Runs Red from Life Of Agony came out in 1993, when hair metal was on the way out when grunge was slowly infesting the metal scene. However there were some bands that were dominating the underground scene that didn’t fall in either of those categories. White Zombie, …

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Metal Skull: Interview with Life Of Agony’s Alan Robert: Yes, Wire Hangers!

Long since responsible for the majority of his band’s visual artwork (and come to think of it, the songwriting as well), Life Of Agony bassist Alan Robert has just created his first comic book mini-series for publisher IDW. Called Wire Hangers, it’s a complex story of kidnapping, murder, corruption …

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North Jersey Notes Updates

I was recently contacted by Deathrash bassist Pat Burns who told me in an email that the band, a thrash metal outfit from the mid-1980s, will be playing their first show in 20 years at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ, on Friday night, Jan. 16. The show will be recorded and …

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Keith Caputo: A Fondness For Hometown Scars

Although this vocalist made his mark as a hardcore king in New York’s beloved Life Of Agony, it’s no secret that his pipes have grew wings and flew from the streets straight up into the azure and plentiful horizon that most fast-paced New Yorkers rarely remember to look for. Yes, …

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Interview with Life Of Agony: The Return

Delirious with fever, Keith Caputo declared to the audience, “I don’t think we’ve played Roseland Ballroom in 10 years!” If you count the time Life Of Agony wasn’t a band, he’s right.

It was a shockwave felt throughout the heavy music community when LOA, then on Roadrunner Records, called it …

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