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Life of Agony Debut New Documentary "The Sound of Scars"

Life of Agony debuted their new documentary "The Sound of Scars" today through Raven Banner Entertainment and Cinedigm. Director Leigh Brooks's film documents Brooklyn alternative band Life of Agony's rise, fall, and rebirth over the years. It chronicles the band's experience with addiction, domestic abuse, substance abuse, depression, and lead singer Mina Caputo's gender transition.

Guitarist Joey Zampanella commented on the film, "A lifetime's worth of struggle and triumph led to the making of this film. Life of Agony has been our link to people who are just like us... And no, the world gets to see the inner workings of what makes us who we are. This release is something we'll be forever proud of."

"Our music has always been able to connect with people on a deep, emotional level. I'm confident that this film will continue with that tradition and make a positive impact on people's lives," bassist Alan Robert also added. "We're absolutely thrilled about all of the incredible feedback we've received so far, and we can't wait for the rest of the world to finally see it."

"The Sound of Scars" is available on digital and cable services including iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Rogers, Spectrum, Bell and Cox. Find the trailer for the film below:


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