Born from the New York Hardcore scene in the early 80’s, AGNOSTIC FRONT is still going strong and just announced a new batch of US tour dates. They’ll be hitting the road with DEATH BY STEREO this January, confirmed dates are…
Jan. 15 – San Francisco, CA – Thee Parkside
Jan. 17 – San Jose, CA – Voodoo Lounge
Jan. 19 – Las Vegas, NV – Cheyenne Saloon
Jan. 21 – Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad
Jan. 22 – Dallas, TX – Trees
Jan. 23 – Austin, TX – Red Seven
Jan. 24 – Houston, TX – Walter’s
Jan. 25 – Corpus Christi, TX – Zero’s
Jan. 26 – San Antonio, TX – The Rock Bottom
Jan. 27 – El Paso, TX – Take 2
Jan. 29 – San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
Jan. 30 – Santa Ana, CA – Galaxy Concert Theatre
Blabbermouth reports “AGNOSTIC FRONT has changed the face of music throughout its 25 year long career. The two records that started it all, “United Blood” and “Victim in Pain”, are legendary New York hardcore releases and some of the most sought-after pieces of vinyl for record collectors. Finally, these two releases are coming back to life via Bridge Nine Records.
On November 17, 2009, Bridge Nine will release a CD version with both albums combined, and additionally will re-release “United Blood” on 7″ and “Victim in Pain” on 12″ LP. “Victim In Pain” has been given extra special treatment, with a gatefold LP cover, complete with a dirty gold metallic ink and embossed logo and title. The gatefold opens up to the original handwritten layout of the first pressing, and the original cover — which was subsequently censored — is printed full size on the front and back of the dust sleeve. “United Blood” has a similar metallic ink and embossed logo front cover, and also has the original cover design printed in black and white on the enclosed dust jacket. Gold vinyl is the limited color, and comes first-come-first-served with each package deal. Packages include a 12″x18″ poster and a limited edition “Victim In Pain” t-shirt. Both are also available to the first few people who elect to grab the “all three” or “all six” vinyl package deals. Orders will ship prior to street date. Want it on CD? Get the 21-track disc featuring both recordings.”
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