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AGNOSTIC FRONT – “Police Violence” video

AGNOSTIC FRONT will play their “The American Dream Died” release show on April 24th. The band will shoot a new video for the song “Old New York” at The Bowery Electric in NYC. See the details of the show below.

Agnostic Front will release the Police Violence 7″ through B9 on March 24, and you can pre-order that now at B9Store.com. Police Violence is a teaser for their upcoming album on Nuclear Blast, The American Dream Died, and shows Agnostic Front going back to basics with three short, violent hardcore punk blasts reminiscent of the United Blood era of the band, and a more anthemic B-side which is exclusive to this release, limited to a one-time pressing of 2,000 copies with a digital download included.

Additionally, the band have just premiered a music video for the title track from this 7″, “Police Violence”, over at VISIONS. Check that out below. The American Dream Died is due out April 5. The album was produced by Madball’s Freddy Cricien and engineered, mixed and mastered by Paul Miner (H2O, Terror) and features guest appearances by Cricien, Toby Morse, Lou Koller, and former guitarist Matt Henderson. Get your pre-orders for that album here.

The band also posted a behind-the-scenes clip about the making of the video, which you can watch below as well. While you’re at it, check out episodes 1 (“Hardcore Roots”) and 2 (“Stigma Being Stigma”) of The American Dream Died webisodes.

AF album

AF gig

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