"Addiction", the latest video from New York hardcore legends AGNOSTIC FRONT, will debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday, February 23 at 11 p.m. EST / 8 p.m. PST. The clip, which can be viewed below, was shot in November 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts and was directed by Ian McFarland and Mike Pecci for Killswitch Productions (SICK OF IT ALL, DIECAST, ALL THAT REMAINS, THE UNSEEN). The song comes off the band's new album, "Warriors", which was released in North America on November 6, 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records.
"Warriors" was produced by MADBALL/HAZEN STREET frontman Freddy Cricien, who also happens to be AGNOSTIC FRONT vocalist Roger Miret's younger brother. The engineering duties were handled by Zeuss at Planet Z in Hadley, Massachusetts. Roger Miret commented: "As most of you already know, Freddy is my little brother and the frontman for the NYHC fury MADBALL! The collaboration between us is sure to make an impact worldwide!"
AGNOSTIC FRONT will participate in the Black n Blue Bowl (formerly known as the Superbowl of Hardcore) at Studio B in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday, April 5.
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