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Bridge Nine one day Halloween sale to keep the pit spooky

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 3:32 PM (PST)

Happy Halloween, y’all. Have a fun, safe and spirited night. Don’t eat more candy than is reasonable. Listen to some Ministry or King Diamond or Afi or Wednesday 13 or somethin’ and also be sure to take advantage of Bridge Nine’s one day merch sale while you still can.

Happy Halloween! Take 25% off everything, except for pre-orders and new releases, today only! Just use the code CRIMSONGHOST at checkout.

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Agnostic Front to hit Mexico in January, 2016!

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 9:45 AM (PST)


Agnostic Front are heading to Mexico!

NEXT Month MEXICO!!!! Early in January!!!!!! See you in the pit!!!!

January 8, 2016 Mexico City @ Cosa Nostra

January 9, 2016 Monterrey @ La Tumba

January 10, 2016 Guadalajara @ Foro independencia


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On The American Dream Died, Agnostic Front vocalist Roger Miret -even so many years into the classic NYHC band’s tenure- has delivered maybe his most vocally succinct set of lyrics on an album ever. The focus of the energized social blast’s recalls the band’s early lightning rod heyday as well as more recent forays into melodic, working class punk. And fret not…crossover fans need only listen to the rampage of “Test Of Time” to hear the metal influence that landed the band props from Kirk Hammett of Metallica on his Fear Festival this year.

It was great to talk to Miret about the record, on current events like “Police Violence”, real patriotism, welfare, Edward Snowden and how NY is the “Greatest city in the world, but it just don’t feel the same”. Plus MUCH more. “There’s no justice/it’s just us”!

Read it BELOW.

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90’s sludge n rollers Mearth are back on the scene

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Monday, December 8, 2014 at 7:15 AM (PST)


Mearth from New Paltz, NY never quite got their due the first time around (despite CMJ buzz). The band was kind of like the East Coast equivalent of The Jesus Lizard on hardcore punk and rock n roll steroids and were mainly active in the 90’s Hudson Valley, NY rock scene. I played many a show with these guys and my old bands Melancholy and Fuse alongside Shabutie (pre-Coheed & Cambria), NYC’s Dripping Goss (feat. Brian who played in Warzone), apocabilly band Pitchfork Militia and prog alternative band Three (later on Metal Blade). We had a fertile scene. Mearth played with bands like Agnostic Front and Fugazi their first time around.

Mearth was and remain the rowdiest of the 90’s Upstate, NY bunch in some ways, a caterwaul of chaos and flying beer who just couldn’t be stopped (except by things like having children and careers eventually). Now, the band are thankfully back (with Doug E. Beans of old school Murphy’s Law fame on drums). Their sound was ahead of the curve and would fit in well with a lot of stuff going on now from bands like Torche, Hark and Enabler’s ilk. Get used to reading about them cuz I am gonna keep plugging them hard as long as they remain re-activated.

Bassist Jim DeGrassi: When we got together, we were just a bunch of college kids who wanted to play some heavy music.  I don’t think we ever had any specific goals in mind regarding our sound, other than to play the kind of music we ourselves would want to listen to.  I don’t know whether or not we were ahead of the curve, but I do think our sound evolved into something unique that people seemed to enjoy.

Click HERE for more and to hear their song “Can”.

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New Video: Agnostic Front – “My Life My way”

Posted by jessepac on Wednesday, August 24, 2011 at 12:57 PM (PST)

Although the album came out earlier this year, Agnostic Front are ready to unveil the video for title track “My Life My Way.”

From the mouth of hardcore babes:

“We are really excited for this new video release! ‘My Life My Way’ is a song that pretty much sums things up and says it as it is… we did it our way and always will! This new video is an exciting trip through some of the classic days and the birth of NYHC! We hope you can enjoy it as much as we enjoyed working to getting it retro for you! Cheers!”

Click here for the video!

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SOS Band PictureHardcore fans rejoice, as a new semi-supergroup has emerged in the form of S.O.S. The group’s first offering is entitled I Owe You Nothing and is an EP ready for release on June 21st via Good Fight Music. Here is what vocalist Scott Voegel said about the project:

“It took years to finally get everyone in the same room, but the result is cool. We did what we set out to do; make a fast and angry hardcore record with no gimmicks or nonsense, and just have fun doing it. It seems like today everything is so professional and serious and this was just friends from some of my favorite bands making some music together.”

The band’s membership is as follows:

Scott Vogel – Vocals (Terror)

Matt Henderson – Guitar (formerly of Agnostic Front and Madball)

Sam Trapkin – Guitar (Trapped Under Ice)

Chris Beattie – Bass (Hatebreed)

Nick Jett – Drums (Terror)

Stream the new track on the band’s facebook and click here to check out the band’s “Intro” video!

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New York hardcore giants Agnostic Front have the music video for the song “A Mi Manera,” off their latest album “My Life, My Way.” Click here to watch.

“My Life, My Way” was released on March 22 via Nuclear Blast.

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New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front stream “That’s Life” on the cusp of releasing their latest album, “My Life, My Way.”

Frontman Roger Miret commented about “That’s Life”:

“In today’s society, everyone is so busy behind their computer screens. People are Spreading ignorance, hate and just stupid shit behind their Internet walls. We speak about the youth getting sucked into this way of life and not dealing with real life situations the way we did as kids. I had just finished reading some coward flexing his megabytes on his MAC notebook and just hit me how non-confrontational some of these worms can be… basically, harden the fuck up! I do realize that these cyber attacks will never go away just like the song says I won’t either and that’s life!”

“My Life, My Way” will be available on March 22 from Nuclear Blast.

Click here to be linked to the song.

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New Song: Agnostic Front- “My Life My Way”

Posted by NichTheHair on Tuesday, February 15, 2011 at 1:25 PM (PST)

New York metalcore veterans Agnostic Front are now streaming the title track from their upcoming release, “My Life My Way” online. This is the 15th album from the band,  celebrating 30 years performing. “My Life My Way” will go on sale March 22 and is released through Nuclear Blast.

Click here to be linked to the song.

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Agnostic Front post first two in-studio video updates

Posted by Tommy on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 9:33 AM (PST)

New York hardcore giants Agnostic Front have uploaded the first two studio update videos chronicling the recording process for their upcoming album “My Life My Way.” Click here to watch both.

“My Life My Way” features 13 new songs recorded and produced by Erik Rutan and Freddy Cricien. The record was mastered by Alan Douches (Nile, Mastodon) and will be released on Nuclear Blast Records in Europe March 4, 2011 and in North America March 22, 2011.

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Agnostic Front Cover Art & Track Listing Revealed

Posted by Christine on Monday, January 24, 2011 at 11:02 AM (PST)

Agnostic Front have revealed the track listing and cover art for their upcoming record entitled “My Life My Way”.

The concept was to capture the D.I.Y. ethic and crude themed artistry of the early punk flyers, with a nod to the era of crime and pulp comic themes of the early 50’s. Society deemed those materials as having no social redeeming values, and as a contributor to youth delinquency. Similarly outcasted were punk and hardcore in the early day for its aggressive, anti-authority message, and dangerous aura. “My Life My Way” is a throwback to the early days, and Agnostic Front has proven that what society deems unredeeming, has been, still is, and will continue to be relevant, states cover artist Todd Hubber.

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