Album Review: Life of Agony – “A Place Where There’s No Pain”


Walk through the list of trials, tribulations, and transformations — physical and emotional — Life of Agony underwent in order to reach a point where we now have A Place Where There’s No Pain, their first album in 12 years.  Watch and read the interviews.  Then go back and listen to an album molded in the most classic of hard rock shells, where voice, guitar, bass and drums meet to craft a journey through dark and messy corners, guilt and shame and rage that reaches a level of catharsis over the course of its ten tracks.  It’s also a monster of a record refreshingly unapologetic in its approach to what Life of Agony is in 2017. Continue reading