Former LIFE OF AGONY Members To Appear At Rhode Island Fire Benefit

Former LIFE OF AGONY members Keith Caputo (vocals) and Sal Abruscato (drums) will be performing at The Station Fire Benefit concert at the Roxy nightclub in Norwalk, Connecticut on Saturday, April 19. Show starts at 2:00 p.m. and ends at 2:00 a.m. All ages $12.00. All money will be donated to the families of the victims of the Station nightclub fire In Rhode Island. Caputo and Abruscato are also scheduled to appear at CBGBs Gallery in New York City on Thursday, April 10 and Friday, April 11.

The classic LIFE OF AGONY lineup of Caputo, Alan Robert (bass), Joey Z (guitar) and Abruscato recently signed a deal with Germany's SPV/Steamhammer Records for the release of their upcoming double live CD and DVD, tentatively due in the summer. The as-yet-untitled effort, which was recorded at the group's reunion shows on Jan. 3-4 at Irving Plaza in New York City, was mixed by Brian Dobbs (METALLICA, VOIVOD, MANMADEGOD).


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