Cinedigm Gain North American Rights To Life Of Agony’s “The Sound Of Scars” Documentary

According to Deadline, Cinedigm have gained the North American rights to Life Of Agony’s “The Sound Of Scars” documentary. The deal was “negotiated by Brandon Hill on behalf of Cinedigm and Michael Paszt on behalf of Raven Banner Entertainment.”

Deadline shared a description of the documentary:

“[It] chronicles the journey of the three lifelong friends who formed one of hard rock’s most influential bands, Life of Agony. The band debuted in 1993 with River Runs Red and have since sold more than one million albums. They also made history by being fronted by the first openly transgender singer.

The project utilizies personal archival footage, rare photographs, and lost interviews alongside new conversations with the band and their family members. It is directed and produced by Leigh Brooks.”

Hill also commented:

“While Life of Agony has proven itself as an incredible act on stage, it’s rare that we get to see what makes a band of this caliber work behind the scenes.”

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