MADBALL Interviewed, SICK OF IT ALL Concert Footage Posted Online

Ferret Music recording artist and New York hardcore veterans MADBALL were interviewed by following their show in Montreal in early February. Frontman Freddy Cricien discusses growing up on the streets and in a touring band, the maturity of MADBALL's latest album, "Infiltrate the System", the influence of his older brother Roget Miret (frontman for AGNOSTIC FRONT), and his upcoming hip-hop project. He also discusses the problem of apathy in the hardcore scene.

Also available on is a 10-minute clip covering MADBALL, SICK OF IT ALL, DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR, and WISDOM IN CHAINS celebrating this year's Superbowl Sunday, directly following the show in Montreal.

MADBALL interview:


MADBALL/SICK OF IT ALL Superbowl Party Crash:


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