Former LIFE OF AGONY Frontman's Tragic Loss

BLABBERMOUTH.NET would like to extend our condolences to former LIFE OF AGONY frontman Keith Caputo, whose father reportedly passed away on Saturday, March 2nd from a heroin overdose. Caputo fans may recall that the singer's mother also died from an overdose of the same drug a number of years ago, a subject that had greatly inspired Keith's criminally-underrated debut solo offering Died Laughing.

Caputo is presently in the middle of a month-long tenure at New York City's CBGBs Gallery, where he is accompanied by a guitarist every Tuesday night for heartfelt and intimate renditions of songs from the aforementioned CD, his recently-recorded seven-song demo, and the LIFE OF AGONY classic "Let's Pretend".


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