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Agnostic Front Posts First Part Of "My Life, My Way" Album Break Down

New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front are less than three weeks away from releasing their latest album "My Life, My Way" in North America. Frontman Roger Miret recently took some time to reflect on the upcoming release and outlined each song track by track. Today will be the first installment of this series as Roger speaks about the first four songs on the album. Roger's thoughts on the tracks can be read below.

1. City Streets - This song is about growing up in the streets of NYC back in the day. It tells the story of how hard times as a kid made me a better person today. Learning from my mistakes and changing the negative times into a positive. Giving back to my mentor, the streets of New York City!

2. More Than A Memory - A song written in the memory of Mike's mom. How she influenced him to always follow his heart no matter what. She will never be forgotten!

3. Us Against The World - Talks about fighting against oppression, and against the people that stand in our way to live the way we wanna live. Stand up for your rights!

4. My Life My Way - Speaks about how I always did things on my own terms. Learning the hard way and always staying true to myself and this movement I adore staying genuine to what I believed in. So I will do it my way!

Agnostic Front also recently posted a new song, titled "That's Life," from the album online. Details on the track are available here. The "My Life, My Way" track listing is as follows:

1. City Street
2. More Than a Memory
3. Us Against the World
4. My Life My Way
5. That's Life
6. Self Pride
7. Until the Day I Die
8. Now and Forever
9. The Sacrifice
10. A Mi Manera
11. Your Worst Enemy
12. Empty Dreams
13. Time Has Come

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