Heavy rockers Life of Agony and Sick Of It All will share the stage for the first time this December for the “Two Sick Nights of Agony” two-night engagement. The first show takes place December 14 at The Paramount in Huntington, New York and the second show takes place December 15 at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Both bands will co-headline each night, and BillyBio (the recently formed solo act moniker of Biohazard’s Billy Graziadei) will open for both shows as well. In their nearly 30 year careers, both bands have made a critical impact on the heavy music scene and have orbited the same space as New York City natives. “Just thinking about the combined energies of those two nights leaves me euphorically beside myself,” says Life of Agony vocalist Mina Caputo. “Absolutely honored to share the stage with such a legendary NY band.”
Life of Agony spent the summer on a small festival circuit in both the US and Europe before their fall of extensive touring. The band are currently on their fall European tour, which kicked off in Germany on October 12 and will finish in the Netherlands on November 2. Their previous US tour in September included a stint at New York’s Bowery Ballroom in addition to the two sold out shows they played at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus in April. They are currently working on the follow up to their 2017 album, A Place Where There’s No More Pain, which marked the band’s first post-split studio album. Sick Of It All played an unforgettable New York City show on September 22 as part of the Rocks Off Concert Cruise series which found the band playing a massive headlining set. They also played House of Vans for a Pennywise-headlined and curated show. Sick Of It All will add a twelfth album to their discography, Wake the Sleeping Dragon!, slated to drop November 2.
Don’t miss the legendary first co-headlining shows with Life of Agony and Sick Of It All taking place this December in New York’s tri-state area.
The Stone Pony