Agnostic Front Kicking Off "30 Years Of NYHC" Tour Dates
Agnostic Front will kick off its run of “30 Years of NYHC” shows tomorrow night in Clifton, N.J. The legendary hardcore punk pioneer will celebrate 30 years of one of music’s most passionate lifestyles, New York hardcore, by performing the classic "Live At CBGB" set in its entirety at each of the shows. The slew of East Coast dates will wrap up on July 5th at Webster Hall in NYC at the CBGB’s Music Festival.
Commented vocalist, Roger Miret, “We are highly anticipating these next eight shows to perform our classic Live At CBGB set list for our 30 Year Anniversary shows! We will kick off these dates with Wisdom In Chains, Sheer Terror and many other newer bands, and end the mini-tour in NYC at the first ever CBGB's Festival. It will be amazing!
“For the NYC show, we will be sharing the stage with Madball, Murphy's Law and Maximum Penalty! The very last Sunday CBGB's matinee featured Madball and Murphy’s Law, so it will be cool to be the Festival’s opening night! See you in the pit!”
The set list will be as follows:
Victim In Pain
Friend Or Foe
United And Strong
Liberty And Justice
Agnostic Front’s 10th studio album, "My Life My Way," was released on March 22nd, 2011 on Nuclear Blast Records. The band's upcoming shows are as follows:
June 22 – Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
June 23 – Frederick, MD @ Café 611 Restaurant
June 24 – Reading, PA @ Reverb
June 28 – Pittsfield, MA @ Chameleons
June 29 – Rochester, NY @ Dubland Underground
June 30 – Cortlandt Manor, NY @ Popeye’s Pub
July 1 – Atlantic City, NJ @ The Boneyard
July 5 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
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