AGNOSTIC FRONT: Video Footage From The Studio Posted Online
The first in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of “My Life, My Way”, the new album from New York hardcore legends AGNOSTIC FRONT, can be viewed below. The CD was recorded at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida for a March 4 European and March 22 North American release via Nuclear Blast Records. The effort features 13 new powerful and anthemic songs laid down by Erik Rutan (MADBALL, GOATWHORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, etc.) under the watchful guide of producer Freddy Cricien of MADBALL. The record was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (SEPULTURA, SUFFOCATION, UNEARTH) in New Windsor, New York.
Commented AGNOSTIC FRONT vocalist Roger Miret: “After all is said and done, we are amazed on how great our new record turned out! It’s by far our catchiest record to date and it’s going to make everyone want to sing along for sure. Freddy killed it on the production end, just capturing that hardcore vibe that only he can get out of AGNOSTIC FRONT. The boys all put nothing but passion into the songs, and Erik Rutan just dialed it all in to make AGNOSTIC FRONT sound as natural and as organic as ever. This one will definitely be a classic once it’s heard worldwide!”
Miret was recently interviewed on the RealPunkRadio program “Loud Fast And Shitty”. You can listen to the chat at Blabbermouth.net
AGNOSTIC FRONT changed the face of music throughout its 25-year-long career and the “Victim In Pain” and “United Blood” records started it all.
On November 17, 2009, Bridge Nine released a CD version with “United Blood” and “Victim in Pain” combined, and additionally re-released “United Blood” on 7″ and “Victim in Pain” on 12″ LP. “Victim In Pain” has been given extra special treatment, with a gatefold LP cover, complete with a dirty gold metallic ink and embossed logo and title. The gatefold opens up to the original handwritten layout of the first pressing, and the original cover — which was subsequently censored — is printed full size on the front and back of the dust sleeve. “United Blood” has a similar metallic ink and embossed logo front cover, and also has the original cover design printed in black and white on the enclosed dust jacket. Gold vinyl is the limited color, and comes first-come-first-served with each package deal. Packages include a 12″x18″ poster and a limited edition “Victim In Pain” t-shirt.
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 New York hardcore movement alongside precursors the CRO-MAGS and MURPHY’S LAW.
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