Brooklyn hard rock legends LIFE OF AGONY have completed work on their new album and Napalm Records debut A Place Where There’s No More Pain, which will be released April 28th via Napalm Records. So far only one song from the album has been released to the public, the title track “A Place Where There’s No More Pain”.
Invisible Oranges and Brooklyn Vegan are stoked to debut the second single from A Place Where There’s No More Pain. Get a first listen to “World Gone Mad” HERE.
“The message behind ‘World Gone Mad’ could not be more relevant to what’s going on all over this planet right now. People are more divided than ever, and if we continue to ignore the fact that this world is busting at its seams and just continue to “stick our heads underground,” like the lyrics suggest, we will see a madness in our lifetime like we’ve never experienced before,” says bassist Alan Robert.
Yesterday the new song “World Gone Mad” had its broadcast premiere on Music Choice’s Rock and Metal Channels. The song will also be in rotation on both channels as part of its Brand New This Week initiative. For more information on Music Choice log on to www.musicchoice.com or download the Music Choice app smarturl.it/musicchoiceapp.
The track listing for A Place Where There’s No More Pain reads as follows:
Meet My Maker
Right This Wrong
A Place Where There’s No More Pain
Dead Speak Kindly
A New Low
World Gone Mad
Bag Of Bones
Song For The Abused
Little Spots Of You
In support of A Place Where There’s No More Pain, LIFE OF AGONY will hit the road in Europe soon. Find all upcoming tour dates listed below:
29.05.17 DE – Frankfurt / Batschkapp
30.05.17 CH – Zurich / Dynamo
31.05.17 FR – Lyon / CCO
02.06.17 ES – Barcelona / Razzmatazz 2
03.06.17 ES – Bilbao / Santana 27
04.06.17 ES – Madrid / Sala Penelope
16.08.17 DE – Münster / Jovel
23.08.17 DE – Leipzig / Werk2
24.08.17 DE – Berlin / Huxleys
LIFE OF AGONY Festival Shows:
09.-12.08.17 CZ – Josefov / Brutal Assault
12.08.17 NL – Leeuwarden / Into The Grave Festival
17.08.17 DE – Dinkelsbuehl / Summer Breeze Festival
Brooklyn Vegan and Invisible Oranges has been the home for a series of videos exploring the history and origins of LIFE OF AGONY. The videos can be seen at the links below: