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Life of Agony brings us their fifth studio album “A place where there’s no more pain”. Let’s unveil this strong and refreshed energy... 

M.I. - This new album is surely a powerful comeback. How do you feel about it?

We really couldn’t be happier with the way this thing turned out.  It feels so good to be able to stand behind a product like this.  We put a lot of long months into the creation, and are super excited for the rest of the world to hear it.


M.I. - Concerning its name, where is “that” place where there’s no more pain? Is it inside us?

We feel we are creating that place through the music and lyrics. Kind of like this imaginary room that this album puts you in to deal with life’s struggles a little easier.  It helps people greatly to know they are not alone with their feelings… That’s what this record says in so many words.


M.I. - Your lyrics are mainly about feelings. What is their purpose?

What else can you write about that will really capture someone’s heart and soul? We as a band are all about that connection with the listeners.  We want to make them feel something.  Whether it helps reveal their fears or confront a struggle, in the end it usually helps, even if it hurts at first.


M.I. - Why did you choose “Life of Agony” as the band’s name?

Alan had this crazy dream and saw the words “Life Of Agony” in it.  He asked us what we thought about calling the band that the next day and we were all for it!  


M.I. - What are your main influences? 

Life, Love, Family, and great music…  I listen to everything from Metallica to Bob Marley, Muse to Sepultura.  Whatever moves me physically or emotionally has an influence on me.


M.I. - Almost 6 years after, do you consider your fans are open-minded relating to Keith/Mina Caputo?

Most definitely.  The support for Mina has been nothing short of amazing.  Old fans and new have embraced her with open arms and it’s so nice to see Mina happy.  The band has more power and fire than ever.


M.I. - Since your second reunion, in 2014, until now, how has your music evolved?

The band is in a better place all around.  I believe we understand the dynamic between each other more than ever.  This definitely works its way into the music and the trust between us.  We are tighter off the stage, which makes us tighter on the stage.  It’s that simple with us.


M.I. - How does it feel to be together again on stage?

Better than ever.


M.I. - “River Runs red” was such a success. What are your expectations related to the feedback of this new album? 

We are getting a tremendous reaction from this record.  Some fans are relating it to the impact River Runs Red had on them.  We see this as one of our best and it’s a timeless piece for sure.  We can only see how it grows from here, but so far so good!


M.I. - You will be in Spain in June. When we will see you in Portugal?

We hope to hit a lot of territories that we haven’t hit in the recent years.  Our agency is booking more and more for us straight into 2018.  Keep your eyes open for updates on where we will be.


M.I. - Thank you very much for your time. Please feel free to leave a message to your Portuguese fans and to our readers.

Thank you to all the LOA fans out there…. Without you, we would be nothing!!


Interview by Dora Coelho