Life of Agony Shares a Behind-The-Scenes Look at the Making of ‘The Sound of Scars’ Documentary Feat. Doyle of The Misfits

Limited, Two-Week Screening of The Director’s Cut Begins Friday, April 16

It was recently announced that Brooklyn crossover veterans Life of Agony will host a virtual screening event for their new, feature-length documentary titled ‘The Sound of Scars’ for a limited time, starting on April 16th. See the trailer below:

Tickets are available at and part of the proceeds go to support two charity organizations: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and All Out (LGBTQ+ Rights).

Director Leigh Brooks of Firebelly Films just uploaded two behind-the scenes clips on the making of this emotional, hard-hitting film.

One video features Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein of the legendary horror-punk band the Misfits, see below:

And the other takes a look at how through visual FX, they were able to bring the old Brooklyn night club L’Amour back to life: