Brooklyn hard www.billboard.com Also, while you’re there, check out Billboard‘s exclusive interview with singer Mina Caputo and bassist/lyricist Alan Robert.legends Life of Agony have completed work on their new, and fifth album, the Napalm Records debut A Place Where There’s No More Pain. The album will be released on April 28th. After a long wait, 12 years in fact, it is finally time to unleash the first taste of new music from Life of Agony. So, check out the exclusive premiere of the title track, “A Place Where There’s No More Pain,” at
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, ‘A Place Where There’s No More Pain.’ 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.
The album is available for pre-order in exclusive bundle packages beginning today at the Napalm Records Webstore.
In support of A Place Where There’s No More Pain, Life of Agony will hit the road this spring in the Northeastern United States. The first short run of dates kicks off April 27th, in Allston, Massachusetts, and runs through April 29th, in Poughkeepsie, New York. The second jaunt begins May 12th, in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, and runs through May 20th, in Sayreville, New Jersey. Additional dates will be announced in the coming weeks. See below for a list of dates.
Life of Agony Show Dates:
4/27: Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
4/28: New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
4/29: Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
5/12: Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theatre
5/13: Wantagh, NY @ Mulcahy’s
5/19: Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon
5/20: Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
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