LIFE OF AGONY will team up with SICK OF IT ALL for the “30 Sick Years Of Agony” North American tour in early 2023

The 17-date trek, which will kick off on March 9 in Albany, New York and conclude on April 1 in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, will see LIFE OF AGONY perform its 1993 debut album, “River Runs Red“, in its entirety at each stop.

Rolling Stone hailed “River Runs Red” as “one of the greatest metal albums of all time.” The LP told the story of a confused and disillusioned young man with low self-worth and a poor support network, who ultimately decides to commit suicide.

“‘River Runs Red‘ was an album that helped so many people get through some really dark times,” explains LIFE OF AGONY bassist Alan Robert. “It was raw, heavy and extremely emotional when it dropped back in ’93. We had no idea the impact it would have on that generation, let alone being able to see it have such longevity three decades later.”

“30 Sick Years Of Agony” tour dates:

Mar. 09 – Empire Underground – Albany, NY
Mar. 11 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
Mar. 12 – Phantom Power – Millersville, PA
Mar. 14 – Tally Ho Theater – Leesburg, VA
Mar. 15 – Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
Mar. 17 – Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, KY
Mar. 18 – Machine Shop – Flint, MI
Mar. 19 – The King Of Clubs – Columbus, OH
Mar. 21 – The Vixen – McHenry, IL
Mar. 22 – The Art Theater – Hobart, IN
Mar. 24 – Jergel’s – Pittsburgh, PA
Mar. 25 – The Foundry – Cleveland, OH
Mar. 26 – Lee’s Palace – Toronto, ON
Mar. 28 – Brass Monkey – Ottawa, ON
Mar. 29 – Le Studio TD – Montreal, QC
Mar. 30 – Wally’s – Hampton Beach, NH
Apr. 01 – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA

The first leg of the “30 Years Of River Runs Red” trek will kick off in Europe with dates starting on Friday, January 13 in Bochum, Germany and ending in Milton Keynes, England on February 11. Main support will be fellow New York veterans PRONG (in continental Europe) and MADBALL (in the U.K.),with rock duo TARAH WHO? opening all dates.