Tonight (September 12th), American alternative metal band Life of Agony kicks off the 2nd leg of their successful Rise of the Underground Tour with Silvertomb as direct support (featuring Kenny Hickey and Johnny Kelly of Type O Negative).


The East Coast run starts with what is expected to be a high-energy performance at Wally’s Pub, in Hampton Beach, NH where the band will break-out signature classics and fan favorites spanning their entire catalog, along with songs from their 2017 Napalm Records release A Place Where There’s No More Pain. These dates are already beginning to sell out, with tickets completely gone for Teaneck, NJ’s Debonair Music Hall (Sept. 16) and New York City’s Bowery Ballroom (Sept. 29).

Due to the anticipation of severe weather conditions caused by Hurricane Florence, Baltimore, MD’s Soundstage performance has been moved from Friday, Sept. 14th to Sunday, Sept. 30th. Also, the venue in Pittsburgh, PA on Sunday, Sept. 23rd has been moved from The Rex to Cattivo. All tickets remain valid.

Right after the West Coast leg, we jumped back into the studio and jammed on some even more rare tunes for this tour. Some of these songs haven’t been played in decades. The energy and enthusiasm from the crowds have been amazing all year. We can’t wait to hit these cities this month and then back to Europe in October with our brother Billy Graziadei of Biohazard and Powerflo, who will be debuting his new music. We have some very cool surprises up our sleeves for that one, too,” says bass guitarist Alan Robert.

Following the US run, the band has one last stop headlining Binghamton Style 2018 at HCS Skate-park in Vestal, NY before returning to Europe to continue the tour. A complete list of dates can be found at

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