Life Of Agony is celebrating the 30th anniversary of their legendary debut album ‘River Runs Red’!
LIFE OF AGONY
Alternative metal band Life Of Agony already had a turbulent history. With their debut River Runs Red, released in 1993, they immediately catapulted themselves to the top, partly at the hands of fellow townsmen Biohazard. In 2023, thirty years after that release, they come to celebrate that anniversary by performing the album live in its entirety.
After that debut, Life Of Agony released several more successful albums, but the band broke up in 1999. After several reunion concerts and solo outings, the band has been fully up and running again for a few years now, and they also released two brand new albums with A Place Where There’s No More Pain and The Sound Of Scars. But on 28 January at Trix, they will return to the past thirty years.
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