The Agony Scene Reform

2014-03-25 by BassDemon333 | 28 Comments
Following a long hiatus, Tulsa, OK metalcore band The Agony Scene have reunited and expect a new album out sometime in the near future. The band played their first reunion show on March 1st with the band lineup consisting of vocalist Mike Williams, guitarists Chris Emmons and Brian Hodges, bassist Chris Rye, and Drummer Brent Masters.
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IleftyspankedU
March 24th 2014
756 Comments


Cool. I quite enjoyed their first 2 releases

wacknizzle
March 24th 2014
14520 Comments


Weird

When's Botch getting back together!?

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BassDemon333
March 24th 2014
3434 Comments


The Darkest Red ruled hard so this is great news imo

cryptside
March 24th 2014
2397 Comments


I actually really enjoyed their self-titled album; haven't listened to it in forever though.

ReAnimator
March 24th 2014
356 Comments


Really excited about this. Hoping the new album leans more toward the balls-out melodeath/metalcore of the Darkest Red than the punky vibe of Get Damned

dathvada321
March 24th 2014
1835 Comments


Excellent news. These guys are pretty cool.

Scoot
March 25th 2014
18782 Comments


used to jam these guys back in the day

drasticaction74
March 25th 2014
1850 Comments


noice

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dixoncocks
March 25th 2014
3188 Comments


still jam the darkest red pretty regularly

Thunderkat
March 25th 2014
579 Comments


one of the better christian metalcore bands

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 25th 2014
32190 Comments


Didn't know they were Christian. Don't know why that's still apparently a relevant thing

Thunderkat
March 25th 2014
579 Comments


Technically, their first two albums which happen to be their best are christian based. After The Darkest Red they ditched the Christian label and all of a sudden denied everything associated with Christianity. Get Damned happened to be their first album without any Christian influences.

someguest
March 25th 2014
29093 Comments


that's when they were converted to Tibetan throat singers

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 25th 2014
32190 Comments


Get Damned happened to be their first album without any Christian influences.


Except for the title of the album of course

Hellscythe
March 25th 2014
2138 Comments


they were Christian when they started out and had their old vocalist, but they've been pretty open about the fact that after
lineup changes, by the time they started releasing albums they definitely weren't Christian anymore. a skim of the lyrics on
the first couple albums makes that fairly evident, along with what they've always said in interviews.

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BassDemon333
March 25th 2014
3434 Comments


That makes sense then because The Darkest Red doesnt sound like it came from a Christian metal band at all the lyrics on there are pretty dark

Hellscythe
March 25th 2014
2138 Comments


I thought the lyrics on the self-titled were just as dark if not moreso, like "Shotgun Wedding" and "Habeas Corpus".
always found it funny that they got away with releasing that on a label like Solid State.

PorcelainRain
March 25th 2014
536 Comments


Tulsa, OK reprehzent!

itsalltherage
March 25th 2014
595 Comments


Wow talk about blast from the past. Haven't heard about these guys in ages. Darkest Red was great so looking forward to what they come up with.

sspedding
March 25th 2014
5192 Comments


The Darkest Red was great.

RoyalImperialGuard
March 25th 2014
1569 Comments


^ This. Id be happy with a TDR Part 2.

Libertarian
March 25th 2014
109 Comments


Was supposed to see these guys play with Avenged Sevenfold in like 2004 and they canceled.

The self-titled album was okay, I thought.

JustinKing
March 25th 2014
1406 Comments


I actually really enjoyed all their albums, The Darkest Red especially. I'm excited for new material.

Mabbitt
March 25th 2014
1587 Comments


I just hope their new stuff isn't too modern sounding. I don't like the direction metalcore has gone recently.

Hellscythe
March 25th 2014
2138 Comments


they exclusively played stuff from the first two albums (plus a cover of At the Gates' "Slaughter of the Soul") at the reunion show, so I don't think there's much reason to worry about the direction they're going to take. doesn't seem like they're going to go for another Get Damned, at least.

Inveigh
March 26th 2014
26367 Comments


yeah definitely not a christian band. I saw them in 2005 and smoked weed with brent for a good portion of the night after their set, they just happened to be on solid state records. i think maybe their old vocalist was a christian or something

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ultradevilgod
March 28th 2014
241 Comments


Cool news! Stoked for the new album, should be at least on par with The Darkest Red. Get Damned sucks.

Nocturnal
March 30th 2014
1329 Comments


Didn't see this coming. Right on though!



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