Raven Banner launches hard-hitting Life of Agony doc THE SOUND OF SCARS at Cannes Market

Genre specialist, Raven Banner Entertainment has topped up its Cannes virtual market slate with The Sound of Scars, a deeply personal documentary which chronicles Brooklyn alt/metal band, Life of Agony’s rise, fall and rebirth while confronting domestic violence, substance abuse and addiction, depression and lead singer Mina Caputo’s gender transition. Directed by Leigh Brooks and filmed across several countries while Life of Agony was on and off the road. “This isn’t a typical music documentary. It’s as personal as it gets,” says director Brooks. “I first saw the band live at the London Astoria in 1996. Since then, Life of Agony … Continue reading Raven Banner launches hard-hitting Life of Agony doc THE SOUND OF SCARS at Cannes Market

Life of Agony Announces “The Sound Of Scars” Record Release Celebration October 12th at Coney Island Brewery

. Brooklyn Vegan, 89.5 FM WSOU, and The Jerry Farley Presents have teamed up to host LIFE OF AGONY’S “The Sound Of Scars” Record Release Celebration at Coney Island Brewery on Saturday, October 12th. This date is significant to the band’s history, because it marks the 26th anniversary of the release of their debut album “River Runs Red.” Life Of Agony will perform new songs from the forthcoming album “The Sound Of Scars”, as well as fan favorites from their catalog. . This is an exclusive hometown event before the group kicks off their S.O.S. World Tour, and there are only two ways to attend… fans can either win tickets from Brooklyn Vegan and WSOU, … Continue reading Life of Agony Announces “The Sound Of Scars” Record Release Celebration October 12th at Coney Island Brewery

Life of Agony Sets Significant Release Date for “The Sound Of Scars” and Pulls You Into the Pit with High Energy New Video

. On October 12th 1993, Life of Agony’s iconic debut “River Runs Red” was released. Hailed by Rolling Stone as “one of the greatest metal records of all time”, “River Runs Red” was an emotional concept album that focused on a troubled teenager’s inability to cope with what seemed to be the worst week of his life. The album connected to a broken generation in a visceral way through its cathartic message and hard-hitting approach, and the band developed a cult-following in the process. . Twenty-six years later, practically to the day, Life of Agony will continue the story of “River Runs Red” with “The Sound … Continue reading Life of Agony Sets Significant Release Date for “The Sound Of Scars” and Pulls You Into the Pit with High Energy New Video