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It doesn’t matter that you’re an agnostic or a believer of the band because Agnostic Front aren’t the type of guys that care about that. Particularly Roger Miret, who makes no apologies for who he was, even if he no longer abides by the same code as he did while

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These days there are books and documentaries about pretty much everything from Zimbabwean power-pop to choral-crust, so it’s no wonder that there’s one about the history of Straight-Edge. Maybe it was about time and after putting out books about G.B.H., Heavy Metal movies, Black Metal or N.Y.H.C., Bazillion Points nailed

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The NWOBHM is one of pillars of underground metal, and might just be one of the most important movements to ever even happen! This was the scene that united Punks and Metal Heads like no other and from this union genres like Speed Metal, Thrash Metal, and Cross Over Metal were

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Haram’s debut EP What Do You See? is out now on Toxic State Records and it’s even angrier and grittier than their demo! Punk is very much alive in New York City right now, especially for those being profiled by the police since the NYC bombings occurred over the past weekend. Islamophobia is

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I’m pretty sure I have said before that Skateboarding and Punk are connected on so many levels. It makes total sense, because many of the kids that became a part of the 80’s hardcore scene also grew up in the 70’s reading Skateboader magazine while wearing OP shorts. Skateboarding is all about speed, just

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Growing up in the 80’s SoCal hardcore scene meant that you hated metal heads, and until the mid 80’s, that is exactly what we did! L.A. metal heads were lame for the most part, because they were all into cheesy fucking hair metal which lacked any power. Our views on

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