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Life Of Agony: “We finally got to make the record we’ve been dying to make”

With their singer’s identity-related stress alleviated, the New Yorkers reckon they’re now hitting their stride

After almost threedecades of hardcore anthems, dramatic splits and long sabbaticals, Brooklyn-based alterna-metal heavyweights Life Of Agony are finally back with their first new album in 12 years. Raw and visceral, A Place Where There’s No More Pain is also the first album the band have recorded since singer Mina Caputo (formerly Keith) came out as transgender in 2011 and became, as she tells Classic Rock, “a female Iggy Pop”.


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