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Together for over a decade, New York's Madball was formed by Agnostic Front members who wanted to publish unreleased Agnostic Front songs under a different moniker, while providing Roger Miret's younger brother, Freddie, a band to front. St... read more
Together for over a decade, New York's Madball was formed by Agnostic Front members who wanted to publish unreleased Agnostic Front songs under a different moniker, while providing Roger Miret's younger brother, Freddie, a band to front. Starting as a five-piece, the band would make its debut on 1989's "Ball of Destruction," (Century Media) and then release "Droppin' Many Suckas" (Wreck-age) in 1995. Various personnel changes would occur following the full-length, but Madball's line-up would solidify for its next three records that were put out by Roadrunner Records (1994's "Set It Off," 1996's "Demonstrating My Style," and 1998's "Look My Way"). The band's latest release is "Hold It Down" on Epitaph Records (Bad Religion, Rancid). After breaking up in 2001, the group reformed in late-2002. Fans of New York hardcore (Sick of it All, Biohazard, Agnostic Front) should definitely check out Madball. hide
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