Former LIFE OF AGONY Frontman Tests Out New Material During Dutch Live Appearance

Former LIFE OF AGONY frontman Keith Caputo made a trimphant return to the live stage on Tuesday, July 30th by performing a nearly two-hour-long set at the Atlantis Podium in Alkmaar, the Netherlands. Appearing under the name BELLA MAJESTIK, Keith and his group aired several songs from Caputo's criminally-underrated solo release, Died Laughing, as well as a few brand new unreleased songs that are due to appear on BELLA MAJESTIK's debut CD.

The complete set list for the concert was as follows:

01. Everything Under The Sun
02. Under Water
03. Yesterday Is An Eternity
04. Brandy Duval
05. Honeycomb
06. Pull Down The Sky
07. Razzberry Mockery
08. Upsy Daisy
09. Alien Eyes
10. Discomfited
11. America
12. New York City
13. Neurotic
14. Everything Under The Sun


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