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Agnostic Front plans September tour out West

East Coast hardcore band Agnostic Front is headed to the West Coast this September, armed with a handful of shows in support of their newest release My Life, My Way. They will be joined by The Mongoloids and Naysayer. You can check out dates here.

My Life My Way came out March 22 on Nuclear Blast Records.



Sick Of It All to headline massive NYC hardcore festival

The lineup for the upcoming Black N Blue Bowl, a massive hardcore festival in NYC has officially been set, and boy will it kick you in the face. Thrown by Black N Blue Productions (an NYC hardcore production company fronted by Freddy from Madball), Black N Blue Bowl will take place on May 28th at Webster Hall in Manhattan.

Headlining the gig will be NYC hardcore legends Sick Of It All. Supporting them are more NYC legends: Agnostic Front and Gorilla Biscuits. Also on the bill: Terror, Absolution, Antidote, Maximum Penalty, Backtrack, Down To Nothing, No Turning Back, Take Offense and Bottom Out.

To whet your appetite, Black N Blue put together an official trailer. Check it out here.



Agnostic Front premiere new video for “A Mi Manera”

The always awesome NYHC band Agnostic Front have debuted a new video, this time for the Spanish-language song “A Mi Manera” off their most recent album, My Life My Way. AF frontman Roger Miret dedicated the song to the Latin hardcore community. Mira el video aquí.

My Life My Way was released in March on Nuclear Blast.



Interview: Roger Miret on being in two bands at once

Did you know Roger Miret has a day job? That’s right, in addition to fronting seminal NYHC band Agnostic Front as well as Roger Miret and the Disasters, he’s a certified electrician and Harley Davidson mechanic.

Miret talks about that in an interview where he also discusses the duality of playing in both of his bands, the weird dichotomy of punk fame, and what it’s like to be one of the remaining descendants of the early New York punk scene. Check out the whole thing over here.

Roger Miret and the Disasters released their most recent album, Gotta Get Up Now, January 25 on People Like You Records. Agnostic Front’s newest record is My Life My Way, which came out March 22 on Nuclear Blast.



Agnostic Front premiere video for “That’s Life”

Agnostic Front released a video for their track “That’s Life,” off their new album, My Life My Way. Check it out here.

My Life My Way came out March 22 on Nuclear Blast Records.



Agnostic Front streaming entire new album “My Life, My Way”

More Agnostic Front news for you on this St. Patrick’s Day. First the studio update that we told you about earlier. Now, the seminal NYC hardcore act are streaming their new album, “My Life, My Way,” on their facebook page. All you’ve gotta do is “Like” them, and you probably do anyway! Head over here to check it out.

“My Life, My Way” is due out next Tuesday (3/22/11) on Nuclear Blast Records.



Video: Agnostic Front post video blog from the studio

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in the studio recording with Agnostic Front?  Well, you can get a taste of the madness in the band’s new video blog here.

The hardcore act has finished recording “My Life My Way” and the album is scheduled to be released March 22 on Nuclear Blast.



Agnostic Front release track-by-track descriptions of “My Life My Way”

NYHC hardcore legends Agnostic Front released the first part of a series of track-by-track descriptions of their upcoming album My Life My Way. Head on over to Facebook to see the descriptions for “City Streets,” “More Than a Memory,” “Us Against the World” and “My Life My Way” (which you can still stream here).

The album will be released on March 22 through Nuclear Blast Records. The band also released a 7-inch through Bridge Nine Records on March 8 to promote the new album.



Agnostic Front streaming “That’s Life” off upcoming album “My Life My Way”

NYHC hardcore icons Agnostic Front have released another song from their upcoming album My Life My Way – you can stream “That’s Life” right here. The album will be released on March 22 through Nuclear Blast Records.

The band are also releasing a 7″ through Bridge Nine Records on March 8 to promote the new album.



New Music: Agnostic Front streaming title track from upcoming album “My Life My Way”

NYHC icons Agnostic Front have released the first song from their upcoming album My Life My Way – you can stream the title track right here. The album will be released on March 22 through Nuclear Blast Records.

The band are also releasing a 7″ through Bridge Nine Records on March 8 to promote the new album.



Agnostic Front to release new 7-inch, “That’s Life,” in March

A little breaking news for the old school punkers! NYC hardcore legends Agnostic Front announced today that two brand-spankin’ new songs, “That’s Life” and “Us Against The World,” will be debuted on a new 7-inch due out on March 8th on Bridge Nine Records.

The tracks will appear on the band’s upcoming full-length, entitled “My Life My Way,” which is due out on March 22nd (it was previously reported that the new album would drop on March 4th), on Nuclear Blast.



Video: Catch up with Agnostic Front in the studio

New York hardcore giants Agnostic Front have posted two video diaries of their time recording My Life My Way.

Check out the boys, hard at work at Mana Studios in Florida, here.

My Life My Way is due out on Nuclear Blast on March 4, 2011. It will be their first album since 2007’s Warriors.



Agnostic Front reveal artwork and tracklisting for upcoming album “My Life, My Way”

New York hardcore giants Agnostic Front have revealed the artwork and tracklisting for their upcoming album “My Life, My Way”.

You can check it out here.

The record is their first new release since 2007′s Warriors and is due out on Nuclear Blast on March 4, 2011.



Agnostic Front wrap up new album

New York hardcore giants Agnostic Front have finished recording their new album. Last month Roget Miret said the release would be titled “My Life, My Way.” It was produced by Madball frontman and Miret’s younger half-brother Freddy Cricien. Read the full release from the label here.

The record is their first new release since 2007’s Warriors and is due out on Nuclear Blast on March 4, 2011.



Interview: Roger Miret of Agnostic Front talks new album, roots and DC “Incident”.

Roger Miret of Agnostic Front and The Disasters recently spoke with Real Punk Radio program Loud Fast and Shitty about the new Agnostic Front recording that is currently underway at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida.

The fourteen track offering will be entitled “My life, My way” and is due to be released on Nuclear Blast Records in March 2011. Miret declares the new disc will be the greatest Agnostic Front offering ever. Expect Anthems, Sing-A-Longs and elements from all of the records from their long and storied career.

Included on the release will be a song to be sung entirely in Spanish, which until now, had only been heard on B-sides which were only released in South America. Miret also said that he hopes to include a track from fellow New Yorker’s, The Ramones, but still is awaiting permission to include it. As Miret puts it, “It is New York, giving back to New York”.

At the time of the interview, Roger had reportedly completed 10 of the 14 songs on vocals and guitarist Vinnie Stigma still needed to record his guitar solos and over-dubs. “My life, My Way” is being recorded by Erik Rutan (Morbid Angel, Hate Eternal, Cannibal Corpse) and produced by Miret’s younger half-brother, Freddy Cricien.

The choice to include Freddy as producer was a no-brainer for Miret. Not only did the Madball frontman produce the 2007 AF record, “Warriors”, he has been a part of the Agnostic Front entourage since the tender young age of 7, when he used to sing with the band in seedy New York clubs until 4AM.

Also in the interview, Roger details growing up, wrenching on cars in his step-father’s service station and eventually moving on to building custom made motorcycles after graduating the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Orlando in 1994. Miret turned down an opportunity to work alongside Monster Garage’s Jesse James due to not wanting to leave his family in New York. Miret eventually became jaded by the “yuppies” that took over the custom bike industry and returned his focus to customizing cars and finally starting his own car club called, The Rumblers, that now boasts over 40 members and includes seven different chapters.

The discussion turned to the recent death of Ali Ahmed Mohammed, the man who was beaten to death after an Agnostic Front show for allegedly throwing a brick through the front window of the DC9 niteclub in Washington DC. Miret declares that it was “Tragic. Someone lost their life”. The incident happened three hours after the show had ended and well after the band had already packed up and left the venue. The five employees who were eventually charged in the death of Mohammed were described by Miret as “gentlemen” and “gentile and polite” but he went on to say that sometimes, “the nerdiest, weirdest and quietest person can be the baddest mother fucker in the crowd.”

Miret went on to say that it was an unfortunate event, marred by the fact that it was “probably the best show in a decade. Maybe two. Everybody inside the DC9 club was a part of the show, and they couldn’t help but be (involved). It was incredible.”

To hear the entire interview, visit www.loudfastshitty.com Episode #80. The show broadcasts LIVE every Sunday night from 8-10PM on www.realpunkradio.com.