LIFE OF AGONY drummer Sal Abruscato will be appearing at Long Island Drum Center (1460 Old Country Road) in Plainview, New York on Saturday, October 15 between 12:00 p.m. (noon) and 3:00 p.m. for Face to Face Sabian Day, along with drummer Liberty De Vito (BILLY JOEL). For more information, call 516-694-5432.As previously reported, LIFE OF AGONY will be returning to Europe in November in support of their latest release, "Broken Valley". The tour, which begins Nov. 18 in Holland, will cover 22 cities in 12 countries. Shows in Dublin and Belfast will mark the band's first-ever appearances in Ireland, while the show in Warsaw will be their first in Poland since the group's "Ugly" tour. Fans in the U.K. will finally see the release of "Broken Valley" through Hassle Records on October 17. The special U.K. version will contain a bonus DVD documenting the period of the band's reunion through the recording of the album as well as the music video for "Love to Let You Down". In addition, the CD will contain the previously un-released bonus track "DNR".
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