Alternative metal act Life of Agony has just announced a super awesome tour for next year where they will be celebrating their three-decade-plus-long career!
Throughout this incredible tour, Life of Agony will be playing their 1993 studio album River Runs Red in full! The band formed in 1989 and would play together up until 1999 (when they called it quits). The band then eventually reunited in 2002 and would play together until 2012 (when they would call it quits once again).
But then a second reunion took place in 2014, and the band has been together since.
Joining the band on this tour is the hardcore act Sick Of It All, as well as a special guest to be announced at a later time.
If you are interested in attending this tour, you will find all the dates and locations associated with the run below.
At the time of this writing, the most recent studio album to come from Life of Agony is 2019’s The Sound of Scars. The most recent Sick Of It All record is 2018’s Wake the Sleeping Dragon!.
2023 is shaping up to be an amazing year for metal tours and metal festivals so far! Metallica and Pantera are touring together, Fleshgod Apocalypse recently announced a new tour, and there is that epic nu metal/industrial metal festival taking place.
Will you be attending any of these tours and festivals?
- 3/09/23: Empire Underground – Albany, NY
3/11/23: Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
3/12/23: Phantom Power – Millersville, PA
3/14/23: Tally Ho Theater – Leesburg, VA
3/15/23: Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
3/17/23: Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, KY
3/18/23: Machine Shop – Flint, MI
3/19/23: The King Of Clubs – Columbus, OH
3/21/23: The Vixen – McHenry, IL
3/22/23: The Art Theater – Hobart, IN
3/24/23: Jergels – Pittsburgh, PA
3/25/23: The Foundry – Cleveland, OH
3/26/23: Lee’s Palace – Toronto, ON
3/28/23: Brass Monkey – Ottawa, ON
3/29/23: Le Studio TD – Montreal, QC
3/30/23: Wally’s – Hampton Beach, NH
4/01/23: Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA
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