Agnostic Front
Agnostic Front announce full-length documentary, launch Kickstarter
Agnostic Front have announced that they have a full-length documentary in the works. The Godfathers ...Read More
Published on April 23, 2015
Agnostic Front's 'Police Violence' 7-inch coming from B9, pre-order it now
Agnostic Front will release the Police Violence 7" through B9 on March 24, and you can pre-order tha ...Read More
Published on March 6, 2015
Agnostic Front on Bridge Nine Podcast #11
Here's our second Bridge Nine Podcast of 2015, and it's a cool one. On this special episode, Chris s ...Read More
Published on January 9, 2015
Agnostic Front's Live at CBGB LP Available for Pre-Order Now in the B9Store
Bridge Nine Records is elated to be reissuing Agnostic Front's Live at CBGB album on July 17th. Feat ...Read More
Published on June 12, 2012

AGNOSTIC FRONT is: Roger Miret - Vocals, Vinnie Stigma - Guitar, Mike Gallo - Bass, Pokey - Drums, Joseph James - Guitar.

One of the greatest genre-defining hardcore bands of all time, Agnostic Front, has changed the face of music throughout their 25-year-long career. The two records that started it all, United Blood and Victim in Pain, are legendary NYHC releases and some of the most sought after pieces of music for fans and collectors. Finally, these two releases are coming back to life via Bridge Nine Records. 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. Originally released in 1983, United Blood was Agnostic Front’s first release and was followed shortly thereafter by Victim In Pain in 1984. These albums were a blast of pure New York hardcore that confirmed AF’s status as leaders of the NYHC movement alongside precursors the Cro-Mags and Murphy’s Law.

"the ultimate document of the New York hardcore scene" - AllMusic

“Agnostic Front commands a huge amount of respect in the hardcore community. They've been around for a quarter of a century and have seen thousands of bands come and go while they continue to soldier on.” –

“…Victim in Pain is just pure short, fast, raw, angry bursts of angst ridden New York hardcore at its finest.” – Punknews




No shows planned at the moment.