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Agony Lords

Formed: 1989
From: Guanajuato, Mexico
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Agony Lords News

Below is our complete Agony Lords news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Agony Lords Streaming Full New Album

Agony Lords released the new album "A Tomb For The Haunted" today, November 26th, and now the band has teamed up with Stereokiller.com to stream the full release. Check out all the songs from the album right here. The "A Tomb For The Haunted" track listing is as follows:

1. Enter The Mausoleum
2. Raising The Occult
3. Dead Eyes
4. The Spirit In The Tower (check out the music video here)
5. Emily
6. Witches Board
7. Writer Of The Dead
8. The Phantom Book
9. The Tree Of The Hanged
10. A Tomb For The Haunted More...

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Agony Lords Releasing New Album

"A Tomb for the Haunted," the long awaited new album from Mexico's legendary Agony Lords, will be released November 26th on Chaos Records. After a decade in the shadows the band returns with their most fully realized effort. "A Tomb for the Haunted" is a concept album consisting of 10 dark chapters extracted directly from the crypt.

The album is available as a six-panel digipak with a 24-page booklet that includes artwork, history and lyrics for each track. A special limited edition version (500 copies) will also be available and includes bonus track "The Torture Never Stops" (W.A.S.P cover) and an exclusive bonus DVD with official videos; photo gallery; biography; the making of "The Spirit in the Tower" video; official bootlegs; and Unions recording sessions from 1992.

Watch the official video for "The Spirit in the Tower" below. That song and "Raising the Occult" are streaming at the Chaos Records bandcamp page. More...

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Agony Lords Streaming "The Band Speaks"

Veteran Mexican power/thrash metal band Agony Lords is on the verge of releasing its new album "A Tomb for the Haunted," which marks its return to the scene after a long absence. The Guanajuato band had split up in 1999 after a few albums, and not counting the 2008 reissue of "The Sun of the Cursed" this marks its first new material in nearly fifteen years. Listen to that documentary, "The Band Speaks," below. The documentary was filmed and produced by Intermedia and Agony Lords should be unleashing "A Tomb for the Haunted" by summer time.

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