Agnostic Front, Prong, Please Die and Guillotine at Underground Arts in Philadelphia, PA on Oct 4, 2019
Agnostic Front is an influential American hardcore band that formed in New York City in 1982. The band began playing hardcore punk similar to bands like Black Flag and Negative Approach, and were thrust to the forefront of the burgeoning New York hardcore scene of the mid-1980s with the release of their widely regarded 1984 classic Victim In Pain. 1986's Cause For Alarm saw them incorporating thrash metal elements into their sound, which continued to evolve with Liberty & Justice For... (1987) and One Voice (1992). After a brief hiatus (1993-1996) Agnostic Front regrouped and signed with Epitaph for three albums, and subsequently to their current label Nuclear Blast in 2004. Current line-up: Vinnie Stigma – guitar (1982–present) Roger Miret – vocals (1983–present) Mike Gallo – bass (2000–present) Pokey Mo – drums (2009–present) Craig Silverman – guitar (2014–present) Former members: John Watson - vocals (1982) Robbie CryptCrash - drums (1982) Raymond "Raybeez" Barbieri – drums (1982–1983) Diego Casalins - bass (1982) Adam Mucci – bass (1982–1983) Todd Youth – bass (1983–1984) Dave Jones – drums (1983–1984) Rob Kabula – bass (1983–1987, 1997–2000) Petey Heinz – drums (1984) Louie Beatto – drums (1985) Gordon Ancis – guitar (1985-1987) Joe Montenaro – drums (1985-1987) Alex Kinon – guitar (1985) Alan Peters – bass (1987–1988) Steve Martin – guitar (1987–1990) Will Shepler – drums (1987–1993) Craig Setari – bass (1988–1993) Matt Henderson – guitar (1990–1993) Jimmy Colletti – drums (1985, 1997–2004) Steve Gallo – drums (2004–2009) Joseph James – guitar (2007–2014)
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