AGNOSTIC FRONT Announces European 35th-Anniversary Tour

AGNOSTIC FRONT Announces European 35th-Anniversary Tour

Seminal New York hardcore veterans AGNOSTIC FRONT have announced their 35th-anniversary tour in support of their latest album, 2015's "The American Dream Died".

AGNOSTIC FRONT changed the face of music throughout its 35-year long career and was partially responsible for the creation of the hardcore genre itself. These rarely confronted and always respected leaders of hardcore were established as one of the meanest-sounding bands in the emerging punk genre, helping to initiate the term "hardcore" and placing an entire uproar on the New York map by association. From the start, AGNOSTIC FRONT released a catalogue of fast and violent punk tunes consisting of distinctive and aggressive drumming, fuming guitars, overdriven bass work, and a non-stop barrage of chaotic shouting.

With its eleventh studio album, "The American Dream Died", the band perhaps made its most aggressive album in recent years.

Tour dates:

Jun. 17 - F - Clisson - Hellfest
Jun. 18 - B - Liege - Reflektor
Jun. 19 - D - Oberhausen - Kulttempel
Jun. 21 - F - Thionville - Fete De La Musique
Jun. 22 - D - Munich - Backstage
Jun. 24 - RO - Bucharest - Metalhead Meeting
Jul. 01 - D - Würzburg - Mission Ready Festival
Jul. 03 - D - Lindau - Club Vaudeville
Jul. 04 - CH - Bern - ISC Club
Jul. 05 - F - Grenoble - L'Ilyade
Jul. 06 - F - Bordeaux - Iboat
Jul. 07 - F - Biarritz - Atabal
Jul. 08 - E - Viveiro - Resurrection Fest
Jul. 09 - F - Montpellier - Secret Place
Jul. 10 - I - Segrate (MI) - CSA Baraonda
Jul. 11 - A - Graz - Explosiv
Jul. 12 - H - Dunaújváros - Rockmaraton
Jul. 14 - D - Hamburg - Knust
Jul. 15 - D - Goldenstedt - Adfdreiht un Buten
Jul. 16 - CZ - Tabor - Mighty Sounds Festival

"The American Dream Died", was produced by MADBALL singer Freddy Cricien and engineered, mixed and mastered by Paul Miner (H2O, TERROR). The record, which features guest appearances by Cricien, Toby Morse (H2O) and Lou Koller (SICK OF IT ALL), was made available as digital download, on vinyl as well as on CD.



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