Tag: The Darkest Red

Throwback: “Barn Burner” from The Agony Scene!

Whether we will see Tulsa Oklahoma Heavy Metallers The Agony Scene after the tragic passing of bassist and backing vocalist Jay White again remains to be seen but after four albums in a fifteen year stretch from 2003 to 2018 they have made their mark. Back in 2007 they released their one and only album with

Bootleg: The Agony Scene in Los Angeles!

Following the tragic news of the passing of The Agony Scene bassist Jay White earlier today from an unnamed illness he was receiving dialysis treatments for, it’s only right that we should our own tribute. So here’s a full set from the band at Jewels Catch One in Los Angeles California on 30th November 2018

NEWS: Sammy SlamDance covers The Agony Scene!

And just when you thought it was safe, Sammy SlamDance has returned with another early 2000’s era Metal cover! This time out The Agony Scene are paid tribute to with “Scapegoat” from their one and only Major label album “The Darkest Red” getting the full treatment from Norman Ragan III on bass and guitars and

Review: “Tormentor” by The Agony Scene

It has been 11 long years since Tulsa, Oklahoma Metallers The Agony Scene last released an album. It has been 5 years since they reformed in 2013 with the 2008 incarnation of the band, only for bassist Chris Rye to drop out in 2015. The Agony Scene initially started out in 2000, making a name

Bootleg: The Agony Scene’s 2014 reunion show!

Here’s 30 minutes of The Agony Scene smashing their home town show when they reunited in 2014. Tulsa Oklahoma’s Metalcore heroes will hopefully be announcing the release date for a new album on 25th April. Their 2005 album “The Darkest Red”, released via Roadrunner Records, remains a favourite. Setlist

Where Are They Now? #4: The Agony Scene

Tulsa Oklahoma’s The Agony Scene have taken the scenic route back to us with a cryptic video that suggests that the band will be making a statement of some kind on 25th April. To think that the band first toured Europe in 2005 with Lamb Of God & Devildriver is amazing given where those bands