It's been a long wait, but New York City hard rock/metal outfit Life of Agony are set to release their highly anticipated album A Place Where There's No More Pain on April 28 via Napalm Records. The outfit spent time in the studio working with producer Matt Brown, who is best known for his work in the bands A Pale Horse Named Death and Seventh Void. The release is currently in the mixing and mastering phases, and fans will get their first glimpse of the new material soon. Today, the band revealed plans to celebrate the album with a string of shows in the Northeast.
Life of Agony will kick off their tour inside Brighton Music Hall in Allston, Massachusetts on April 27. Their performance inside NYC's own Irving Plaza on April 28 is special because they're allowing local bands to compete for the show's opening slot in the Calling From the Underground" Unsigned Band Contest. More information on this will be revealed soon. The tour continues to make its way to Pennsylvania and New York before concluding with a performance inside New Jersey's Starland Ballroom on May 20. More dates will be revealed in the near future.
Over the summer, the band will head to Europe for a pair of festivals. On Aug. 12, they will perform at the Into The Grave Festival with Arch Enemy, Overkill, and Sodom, and on Aug. 17, they'll rock the Summer Breeze Festival with Megadeth, Hatebreed, and Terror. You can look at their upcoming tour dates below. A Place Where There's No More Pain will be Life Of Agony's first new album in 12 years. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter for any updates.
Life of Agony tour dates
April 27 Allston, Mass. @ Brighton Music Hall
April 28 New York, N.Y. @ Irving Plaza
April 29 Poughkeepsie, N.Y. @ The Chance
May 12 Stroudsburg, Pa. @ Sherman Theatre
May 13 Wantagh, N.Y. @ Mulcahy's
May 19 Lancaster, Pa. @ Chameleon
May 20 Sayreville, N.J. @ Starland Ballroom
Aug. 12 Leeuwarden, Netherlands @ Into The Grave Festival
Aug. 17 Dinkelsbuehl, Denmark @ Summer Breeze Festival