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AGNOSTIC FRONT interviewed by AMP Magazine

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AGNOSTIC FRONT‘s Roger Miret was recently interviewed by AMP Magazine. He talked about the band’s past 30 years, NYHC scene, family, and more.

So…how does it feel 30 years on?

It feels great, man. If someone 30 years ago told me that we would be having this conversation, I would have laughed in their face. It feels good to know that we were not wasting our time back then as “youth gone mad.” We were just kids talking about personal oppression. We thought it was something just going on in New York City. Obviously, our outcry was heard worldwide. People wanted to hear something that would make them feel good about themselves and overcome oppression. That is Agnostic Front’s mission. And I feel very successful about it.

Go here to read the rest of the interview.


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