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Vintage Confusion & Life Of Agony "The Sunday School Of Hard Knocks" Flyer

On November 14, 1993, Life Of Agony played the Wetlands, a somewhat-new club in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan. The band had released their debut LP, River Runs Red, on Roadrunner the month prior, and they were more than ready to bring their new songs to their fans. And their fans were more than ready. Appearing alongside LOA were a few other great New York bands, notably Brooklyn's Confusion, who were at the tail end of their short-lived career, and All Out War, who were at the beginning of theirs. This original flyer, in excellent condition with light signs of aging and surface creasing, is from the Life Of Agony, Confusion, All Out War show at the Wetlands on November 14, 1993. 

Dimensions: 8.5" Wide by 11" Long

 

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