It was recently announced that Brooklyn crossover veterans Life of Agony will host a virtual screening event for their new, feature-length documentary titled ‘The Sound of Scars’ for a limited time, starting on April 16th. See the trailer at: https://youtu.be/CbuztbzsVL0
Director Leigh Brooks of Firebelly Films just uploaded two behind-the scenes clips on the making of this emotional, hard-hitting film.
And the other takes a look at how through visual FX, they were able to bring the old Brooklyn night club L’Amour back to life: https://youtu.be/er2URBhMpdM
Some recent press highlights:
“POWERFUL! The bond of friendship is deeper than any wound, physical or mental, and for Life of Agony, ‘The Sound of Scars’ is proof that these wounds are not just reminders of a painful past, but ultimately a sign that healing is possible too.”
“HONEST. A stunning portrait of a family that just happens to be one of Brooklyn’s greatest musical exports.” —Decibel
“The Sound of Scars is a POWERFUL & MOVING documentary on the story of Life Of Agony. Growing up in the same area as the band, I’ve always been aware of them, but I learned so much more about their inspiring story of perseverance in life and music through this film. It’s a story that needs to be heard and the film is incredibly well done”. —Eddie Trunk, SiriusXM
“ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! The Life of Agony story is an incredible one, and this is easily one of the best, most well done band docs I’ve ever seen.” —Shawn The Butcher, SiriusXM Liquid Metal