NYHC legends Agnostic Front debut a song and video from their new album.
If you have no idea who Agnostic Front
is, you don't belong on this website. Period. You might not listen to them, but you know who they are. If you don't, smack yourself, then head to Google, type in "Agnostic Front," and learn something.
Formed in 1980, Agnostic Front has been playing music for longer than a good portion of our readers have been alive. The legendary New York City hardcore punk outfit has put out ten studio albums over the past three decades, and they're just weeks away from releasing LP number eleven.
Titled The American Dream Died
and produced by Madball vocalist Freddy Cricien, the new album is scheduled to hit streets on April 7 through Nuclear Blast Records. Frontman Roger Miret recently explained, "We chose this title because we want to open up people's eyes to what's going on in this country. We have a lot to say." Sounds promising.
If you've been anxiously awaiting new music from the album, your wait is now officially over, because today we're thrilled to premiere the first new music released from the outing. Check out the music video for new song "Police Violence" below, and if you haven't already, pre-order
The American Dream Died right now. Ya dig?