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agnostic front

Another hardcore punk band that flirted with the thrash metal stylings of crossover at times, Agnostic Front featured a bunch of skinheads (but not the nationalist, fascist kind, the vocalist assured in a 1985 interview) and a New York hardcore upbringing that led to a couple of classic recordings in the 1980s. They broke up in the early 1990s, but then regrouped later in the decade, and continue on.

“Victim In Pain”

“The Eliminator”

“Liberty And Justice”

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