Previously Unreleased Song Featuring Ex-ANTHRAX Singer, LIFE OF AGONY Guitarist Posted Online

October 12, 2009

A song called "Finish First" featuring Dan Nelson (ex-ANTHRAX) on vocals, Joey Z. (LIFE OF AGONY) on guitar and Crock LaRock (AUNT HILDEGARD) on drums is available for streaming at this location. (***UPDATE: The file has since been removed.***)

Nelson and LaRock reportedly collaborated on several other tracks while they were members of the band THEY SAY, including "Home", "Enemy", "Contagious", "California" and "Burn In June".

Nelson recently told The Metal Den that he has been writing his own music as well as singing and playing guitar in the band INSIDE HOLLOW. In addition, he revealed that he has been working on a new metal project with drummer Paul Bostaph (TESTAMENT, SLAYER, EXODUS, FORBIDDEN) that he said was coming along "killer."

Regarding his split with ANTHRAX, Nelson said, "I never live my life with any regrets and never look back and wish I did something different. I chose instead to look forward to the future. We did some great things in the time we wrote and performed together, and I am very proud of that."

As previously reported, LIFE OF AGONY will perform its acclaimed debut album, "River Runs Red", in its entirety at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey on November 28 in celebration of the band's 20-year anniversary.

LIFE OF AGONY has played sporadic shows over the course of the last four years after completing its successful touring cycle for the 2005 Epic Records release, "Broken Valley". The band is currently without a record deal, having parted ways with Epic four years ago.

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