Tag: Agonistic Front

Interview: Agnostic Front talk to Hardcore Worldwide!

It’s amazing the places that people choose for their at home video interviews and with the pop art on the walls here, you can’t go wrong with this. Celebrating 20 years as the bassist in Agnostic Front, Mike Gallo was interviewed by Hardcore Worldwide about all things Hardcore, 35 years of the seminal album “Victim

NEWS: Agonistic Front “Conquer and Divide”!

Getting political, the Godfathers of Hardcore Agnostic Front have unleashed a music video for “Conquer and Divide” from their recently released new album “Get Loud!” via label home Nuclear Blast. Fresh from a European Tour celebrating 35 years of “Victim In Pain“, the headlinging shows for the new record are expected to flow in 2020.

Bootleg: First Blood at Stabruch Festival!

In the year that potentially sees the final part of the Rambo saga finally see Sylvester Stallone realize his age, it’s only fitting that First Blood should play some shows. The Hardcore supergroup of took to the stage in Holland at Stabruch Festival earlier this week, headlined by Agnostic Front. If you haven’t heard it,

Bootleg: Agonistic Front at Stabruch Festival!

The Godfathers of Hardcore Agnostic Front are celebrating 35 Years of “Victim In Pain” with a European Tour, bizarrely on the eve of the release of new album “Get Loud!” via Nuclear Blast. Here’s the full set from them at Stabruch Festival in Holland, before they appear on Skull Island for a run of shows!

NEWS: Agnostic Front get to the Spray can tagging!

Hardcore veterans Agonistic Front have been announced on the 2020 Persistence Tour across Europe alongside H2O, Gorilla Biscuits and Street Dogs in the first wave of bands! As with previous years, the tour will have a single UK stop on Sunday 26th January at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town. The Godfathers of Hardcore are

Bootleg: Agonistic Front in Germany!

Pro-Shot by Edge Media, here’s a full set from the Godfathers of Hardcore that are Agonistic FrontĀ at Kleiner Klub Saarbruken Germany on 1st June. They’ll be upon our shores in November to celebrate 35 years of their seminal album “Victim In Pain”.