SPOILER NYC, the New York "street-punk" trio featuring LIFE OF AGONY's Alan Robert on lead vocals and bass, will support LIFE OF AGONY on a series of dates throughout Germany, Austria, Hungary and Switzerland this summer. Also scheduled to appear on the bill is MY MORTALITY, the new band featuring LIFE OF AGONY/ex-TYPE O NEGATIVE drummer Sal Abruscato. SPOILER NYC will also perform at the Roch Am Bach (Germany) and Dour (Belgium) festivals.For more information, visit www.spoilernyc.com. YRB magazine recently spoke to Alan Robert about doing double duty on the upcoming tour. He said, "We did it last year as well, and I gotta tell ya I could've done a third set!" He continued, "I was so pumped, the adrenaline was flowing, it went so fast." The entire interview is viewable online at this location. SPOILER NYC's debut album, "Grease Fire in Hell's Kitchen", was released by SOS Records (USA) and I Scream Records (Europe) in 2007. SPOILER NYC's "Suicide Hotel" video:
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