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Agnostic Front recording new album

Longtime NYHC band Agnostic Front have entered the studio in Tampa, FL, to record a new album. The record is in the capable hands of Erik Rutan and Freddy Cricien of Madball.

The album will be the band’s first since 2007’s Warriors and their third release on Nuclear Blast, and they re-released United Blood and Victim In Pain on Bridge 9 Records last year.

Five arrested in supposed beating death of man at DC Agnostic Front show

The Washington Post reported that five men involved in the beating death of 27-year-old, Ali Ahmed Mohammed, outside of the nightclub, DC9, after an Agnost Front concert last Thursday evening were being charged with aggravated assault.

For a yet-unknown reason, Mohammed was denied entry into the club, resulting in him becoming angry to the point of hurling a brick through the front window of DC9.  The five club staff (one of which was co-owner, William Spieler) then chased Mohammed, eventually caught up to him, and pummeled the man as one of the employees held Mohammed down.

Witnesses of the event told police that the club’s staff threw Mohammed to the ground and repeatedly stomped on his head and body.

Officers arrived on the scene at 2:30am Friday and found Mohammed unconscious and not breathing.  He was taken to Howard University Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 3:15am.

All five men were charged with aggravated assault (not second-degree murder) and were released after a court proceeding on Saturday, but were still placed in a high-intensity supervision program which includes electronic monitoring.

Read the entire article here.

The death came just as Agnostic Front wrapped up their 25th Anniversary tour.

Agnostic Front announce complete fall tour dates

Hardcore punks Agnostic Front have announced the full dates for their upcoming Fall tour. Click here for the dates. Just like every other band touring the East coast during the Fall, the band will be making a stop at The Fest 9.

Agnostic Front classics United Blood and Victim in Pain were recently re-released on Bridge Nine Records.

Agnostic Front’s drummer, Pokey Mo, hospitalized; band continues tour

In a recent MySpace blog, NYHC veterans Agnostic Front regretfully stated that their drummer Pokey Mo, was forced to cut his set short at Hellfest the other night due to an emergency. Pokey was hospitalized and is still recovering as we speak. Born From Pain’s drummer, Igor stepped up to fill in for Pokey for the remainder of the set.  The exact factors that led to Pokey going to the medics were not disclosed, however head here to read what the band had to say about the whole ordeal.

Agnostic Front is still touring in Europe until the end of August. Check out their Dying Scene Shows page for more info.

Agnostic Front add more anniversary tour dates

agnosticfrontHardcore punkers Agnostic Front have added more tour dates to their 25th anniversary tour. The last time we wrote about the band, we had mentioned that the band was getting together for a couple of one-off anniversary shows, all with the original lineup. Now it is being reported that the band will extend that tour to a couple more shows during May.

Click here to check out the dates and to see if they’ll be rolling through your town.

Agnostic Front classics United Blood and Victim in Pain were recently re-released on Bridge Nine Records.

Show: Agnostic Front announces 25th Anniversary show in NYC with original AF lineup

Agnostic FrontHardcore punkers Agnostic Front have announced that the original members of the band will reunite for their monumental 25th Anniversary show at the Bell House in Brooklyn, NY, on February 26, 2010.  Vocalist Roger Miret said that the band is super excited to be doing the show, especially since this particular group of musicians hasn’t played together since 1984.  Tickets for the anniversary show will be $15 for advance purchase.

The anniversary tour occurs a few weeks after Agnostic Front’s US tour which starts on January 14 in Louisiana and extends until Santa Ana, CA’s, January 30 show.  A full schedule of dates (with European tour dates and the full blog post about the anniversary show) can be found on the band’s MySpace.

Agnostic Front classics United Blood and Victim in Pain were recently re-released on Bridge Nine Records.

Agnostic Front and This Is Hell announce European tour for 2010

agnosticfrontAgnostic Front is teaming up with This Is Hell for a 4 week tour of Europe, starting in Germany on March 28th. For all confirmed dates and locations, visit the Dying Scene Shows page.

Agnostic Front recently released their last album Victim In Pain on Bridge Nine Records on November 17th, 2009.

Agnostic Front Announces tour in January and re-issues of “United Blood”and “Victim In Pain”

agnosticfrontNew York hardcore band Angostic Front has announced a West Coast and Southwest tour in January to celebrate the re-release of their two albums, United Blood and Victim In Pain. On November 17th, 2009, Bridge Nine will release a CD version with both albums combined and additionally, will re-release United Blood on 7” and Victim in Pain on 12” LP. Vinyl versions of the records include printed dust jackets and embossed album covers (with all original artwork available in the inside and the 7″ features an exact replica of the original insert from 1983).

Take a look at the tour dates and vinyl versions on the Full Story page.

Persistence Tour lineup and dates announced in Europe

persistance-tourThe lineup and dates have been announced for the Persistence Tour in Europe. Ignite will be headlining and playing with Biohazard, Agnostic Front, Death by Stereo, Walls of Jericho, Evergreen Terrace, and No Turning Back.

You can head over to the Dying Scene Shows page for more details.

Agnostic Front’s Roger Miret on Build Respect

agnosticfrontAgnostic Front and The Disasters‘ front man Roger Miret was interviewed on Inked for a Cause. Heidi Minx is the founder of Franky & Minx, and she is also a hostess of the DIY boards Punk Rock Domestics, but one of her passions is Built on Respect. Built on Respect was founded in 2008 and is a non-profit dedicated to teaching small community groups sustainable business skills with a DIY approach. In the interview, Roger discusses being a vegetarian, new material for his bands, and the responsibility of hardcore music lovers to their community.

You can head over to the Full Story page for the interview.