Agnostic Front Tickets
American hardcore punk band Agnostic Front started playing punk sound very similar to that played by their contemporaries, and made it to the front of the popular New York hardcore stage by the mid eighties with their classic offering Victim in Pain. Following this release, the group began incorporating elements of thrash metal in their famous punk style. The band currently comprises of Roger Miret as vocalist, Vinnie Stigma as guitarist, Mike Gallo as bassist, Joseph James as guitarist and Pokey Mo as the drummer. To date the quintet has released ten studio albums including Cause for Alarm, One Voice, Liberty and Justice for…, Something’s Gotta Give, Dead Yuppies, Riot, Riot, Upstart, Another Voice, Warriors and My Life My Way. Alongside, they have also released four live albums, four EPs, and many music videos for songs “Dead to Me”, “That’s Life”, “Us Against the World”, “A Mi Manera”, “For My Family”, “Addiction”, “So Pure to Me”, and “Gotta Go” among others. The group is known for its incredible live performances, a proof which fans got when they played in Europe’s Persistence Tour of 2009. Agnostic Front tickets continue to be a much sought-after treat among hardcore punk fans.
Agnostic Front was formed in late 1980 by guitarist Vinnie Stigma alongside bassist Diego and drummer Rob Krekus. The group’s lineup underwent several changes including its vocalist position which has been shared by Jimmy also known as The Man Russian, and John Watson, before it gelled with Roger Miret, who was the former member of The Psychos. Soon the band added drummer Ray Barbieri and bassist Adam Mucci and debuted with the EP release called United Blood in 1983 through an independent label, and the offering has since been counted as a collector’s item. At the time when the band first began playing, it comprises completely of skinheads. Though over time this aspect of the group changed, it still continued to include skinheads in its lineup.
In 1984, Agnostic Front issued their classic record Victim in Pain, which is considered to be a seminal New York hardcore offering. For the album, drummer Raybeez was replaced by Dave Jones, and Rob Kabula was hired as the new bassist. The same year, Jimmy Colleti of Justified Violence became part of the band as its new drummer and group went on a tour with The Exploited a few months later. The new album release brought the band to the main front of New York’s burgeoning hardcore trend that was focused on CBGB, where the group performed alongside acts like Murphy’s Law and The Cro-Mags. Miret has stated that all the songs on this particular album, were inspired by a combination of the city’s street life with his own life and what he saw happening to his friends at the time. Their next album, Cause for Alarm was recorded with much difficulty since the band was going through nonstop lineup changes along with personal problems. The album featured a more thrash metal sound and was released on Combat Records. Alongside other acts such as Stormtroopers of Death and Suicidal Tendencies, this studio offering went to mark the band’s presence in the crossover thrash genre. It also included lyrics by Peter Steele along with drum performance by Louie Beateaux.
Agnostic Front released the studio offering Dead Yuppies in 2001, which featured songs that were hardly ever performed in front of a live audience since the group thought of them as a product of Jimmy Colletti’s side band, Loved and Hated. The next year, Miret got busy working on a side-project music group called Roger Miret and Disasters, through which he explored a more old school punk rock sound. The same year, the group made an appearance alongside Murphy’s Law in a Matthew Barney film, Cremaster 3. Agnostic finally came out again in 2004, with the album Another Voice, which is often considered to be a follow-up of their previous album called One Voice. The group has since re-surfaced with several hits, establishing them as one of those bands that can just go on. Their recent and most popular tracks include "City Street", "The Sacrifice", "Your Worst Enemy" and "Empty Dreams", among others. Agnostic Front tickets can take you to watch the punk quintet in its live act which is an amazing experience.
Agnostic Front Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Agnostic Front tickets is $28. The date and location for this event is 1-Mar-18 at Outland Ballroom, Springfield. The minimum get-in price for Agnostic Front tickets is $28.
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