Album Stream: Agnostic Front – The American Dream Died


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New York hardcore pioneers Agnostic Front is streaming their new album The American Dream Died in its entirety below. The album comes out April 7, 2015 via Nuclear Blast Records, and was produced by Madball singer Freddy Cricien and engineered, mixed and mastered by Paul Miner (H20, Terror). Guest appearances include Cricien, Toby Morse (H20), Lou Koller (Sick Of It All), and one time Agnostic Front and Madball guitarist Matt Henderson.


Video: Agnostic Front Posts Fifth Webisode Part For New Album


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Agnostic Front has posted the fifth video in the webisode series for their new album The American Dream Died, out April 7, 2015. The album was produced by Madball frontman Freddy Cricien and engineered, mixed and mastered by Paul Miner (H20, Terror), with guest appearances by Toby Morse (H20), Lou Koller (Sick Of It All), and Matt Henderson (one time Agnostic Front and Madball guitarist). Watch the video below.


Agnostic Front Streaming Third Part Of Album Web Series


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New York hardcore pioneers Agnostic Front is streaming the third video in their web series entitled “Sunday Matinee Sessions,” which can be viewed below. The first two parts can be viewed here and here. Their new album The American Dream Died was produced by Madball singer Freddy Cricien and engineered, mixed and mastered by Paul Miner (H20, Terror), and will be released on April 7, 2015 via Nuclear Blast Records. Guests on the record include Cricien, Toby Morse of H20 and Lou Koller of Sick Of It All. Former Agnostic Front/Madball guitarist Matt Henderson collaborates on “A Wise Man.”


New Found Glory, Life Of Agony, Biohazard, H20, etc Confirmed For Southeast Beast Fest 2015


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Southeast Beast Festival 2015 will be held April 4-5, 2015 at Aqua in Jacksonville, FL. Here is a list of confirmed acts so far:

New Found Glory (playing “Sticks & Stones“)
Life Of Agony
Biohazard
H2O
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Cro-Mags
Citizen
Rotting Out
Earth Crisis (playing “Destroy The Machines“)
Defeater
A Loss For Words (final appearance)
Artifex Pereo
Bad Luck
The Banner
Boys No Good
CDC
Crime In Stereo
Cross Me
Fireworks
Gideon
GhostxShip
Incited
King Nine
Old Wounds
The Orphan The Poet
This Wild Life
Ture Love
Turnover
Turnstile
Villains
Wisdom In Chains
Xerxes