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Agnostic Front @ Santos Party House
Agnostic Front

Agnostic Front are currently out on tour with Mongoloids in support of a somewhat new record...

"My Life My Way was released on March 22, 2011. The album features 13 new powerful and anthemic songs laid down by Erik Rutan (MADBALL, GOATWHORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, etc.) at his Mana Recording Studio in Tampa, FL under the watchful guide of producer Freddy Cricien of MADBALL. The record was mastered by Alan Douches (NILE, MASTODON, etc.)."
The tour hit Santos Party House in NYC on 11/4. Some pictures are in this post. More them with all remaining dates below.

Fellow DMS crew band H2O also has a new record coming out, but not of their own songs. As their own press release reads...

"H2O has been a mainstay in hardcore and punk since their inception back in 1995 and have had many influences along the way. The band is thrilled to pay homage to those influential artists by covering their songs on the forthcoming album, Don't Forget Your Roots, which will be available November 15th from Bridge Nine Records.

Additionally, H2O will be playing the Gramercy Theater on November 19th [with Killing Time], with a special set consisting of cover songs and originals- both new and old. This show will be a celebration of H2O's covers album available just three days prior, as well as a re-release of their self-titled album, available on LP also on November 15th. Vocalist Toby Morse had this to say: "NYC is H2O's roots - where we started - and couldn't think of a more perfect place to release our covers album and the re-issue of our first record. We'll be playing old songs, new songs and cover songs for our fans there! They'll also be able to pick up copies of our self-titled album on vinyl - Bridge Nine is re-pressing that and we couldn't be more excited. It was originally released back in 1996 and has been out of print for a long, long time. Also Don't Forget Your Roots will be available as well!" He continued, "Our covers album is a big personal accomplishment for us - being able to pay homage to the bands that have influenced us so much since we got into punk rock and helped get us where we are today is an amazing thing. We think we've done them justice!"

No Agnostic Front on the tribute album, but there is Madball, Descendents, Bad Brains and many more. The full tracklist, all tour dates, and more Agnostic Front show pictures, below...

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H2O Don't Forget Your Roots CD/LP/Digital available Nov 15th
1) Bad Brains - Attitude
2) 7 Seconds - Satyagraha
3) Madball - Pride
4) Descendents - Get The Time
5) Embrace - Said Gun
6) Ramones - I Wanna Live
7) Gorilla Biscuits - Cats and Dogs
8) Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Someday I Suppose
9) Rancid - Journey to the End
10) Dag Nasty - Safe
11) Social Distortion - Sick Boy
12) Sick Of It All - Friends Like You
13) The Clash - Train in Vain
14) Verbal Assault - Scarred
15) Warzone - Don't Forget The Struggle, Don't Forget The Streets

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H2O -- 2011 Tour Dates
Nov 19 H2o New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
Nov 20 H2o (w/ Praise) Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary
Dec 08 H2o, Cruel Hand Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose (Upstairs)
Dec 09 H2o, Cruel Hand Chicago, IL @ Reggie's Rock Club
Dec 10 H2o, Cruel Hand Detroit, MI @ Small's
Dec 11 H2o Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place
Dec 28 H2o (w/ Mighty Mighty Bosstones) Boston, MA @ House of Blues

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Agnostic Front & Mongoloids -- 2011 Tour Dates
11/09/11 Reggie's Rock Club - Chicago, IL
11/10/11 Triple Rock Social Club - Minneapolis, MN
11/11/11 Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, IA
11/12/11 Fubar - St. Louis, MO
11/13/11 Archive Gallery - Atlanta, GA
11/14/11 Orpheum - Tampa, FL
11/15/11 Churchill's - Miami, FL
11/16/11 Back Booth - Orlando, FL
11/17/11 The Pit - Jacksonville, FL
11/18/11 Soapbox Laundro-Lounge - Wilmington, NC
11/19/11 Kingdom - Richmond, VA

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Comments (24)

Drinking Much Seamen

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 6:48 AM

Bad metal,behind the guise of tattoos and drug problems all the while spouting off about NYHC "family".....pass.

Posted by Blag the destroyer | November 10, 2011 7:49 AM

Bunch of non-white skinheads.....pass

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 8:42 AM

A whole album of songs that won't sound as good as the originals...ugh.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 8:49 AM

They're covering that Bosstones song. I... I just don't know what to make of that.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 9:06 AM

^ ???


Yeah, I don't know what to make of it either.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 9:23 AM

H20 was such a great band when they first came out.....their later stuff should be forgotten. Hardcore is all I listened to for years in the late-90's but just moved on. Hardcore served a huge purpose for me but it is kinda one dimensional. Weird to see people my age that never left the scene and never progressed their taste in music. Oh well, c'est la vie.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 9:35 AM

what the fuck AF? no "power"? semi disappointing setlist.

Posted by Ray Cappo's Yoga Pants | November 10, 2011 9:56 AM

9:35: I agree 100%. Well said.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 10:08 AM

What's with the guy with the gold face paint?

Posted by Jason House | November 10, 2011 10:18 AM

^ Golddust is back!

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 10:44 AM

9:35 if you completely "move on" from an entire genre of music, you're probably a pretty insecure person. On to the next trend!

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 10:51 AM

I liked Toby H20 when he used to walk on peoples heads and knock people out at shows when he was a SOIA roadie. Fun to watch as that dude did know how to fight...

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 11:33 AM

agnostic sausage

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 12:42 PM

9:35 has now moved on to snorting coke off of his boyfriend's dick in the bathroom stall at Bowery when Oh Land is playing.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 12:51 PM

9:35's first show was probably Suicide Machines and super into the 90's ska scene - rocked the pork-pie hat and suit.

Loser.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 1:53 PM

9:35 was heavily into swing dancing and now likes skrillex and other assorted crap.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 4:04 PM

wasnt h20 originally from the dc suburbs? i remember them playing coney island high in 95 and being so scared of nyhc fans.

cant believe they're still around...they were pop hardcore then...

outcrowd was alright though.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 5:20 PM

I agree with the first two posts (6:48 & 7:49), this show looks like an epic waste of money (Although Incendiary is fun).

NYHC died a slow, painful death years ago, with the exception of a few bands, and now what we have today is pretty much a walking/shouting zombie trying to remain relevant by writing songs about itself; "NYHC PRIDE" "FOR MY FAMILY" "NY CREW".

Pathetic as fuck really. Agnostic in particular is very guilty of this, doing their best to remain relevant by any means; including changing up their styles to what's in at the moment. H20 is the worst, corniest shit ever. A band whose singer is from DC, does nothing but dangle his son on stage like Michael Jackson, and talk non-stop about other NYHC bands as well as some other bullshit posi nonsense.

Posted by Anonymous | November 11, 2011 12:55 AM

If h20 hadn't aligned themselves with that DMS gang, they would of been beaten to a pulp by those meat heads for making such a wimpy music.

Posted by Anonymous | November 11, 2011 12:56 AM

I bet 10:51 AM is giving a reach around to his posi brother gang while myopically pigeonholing himself as a one dimensional hardcore lug head dude.

Posted by Anonymous | November 11, 2011 3:59 AM

that sign is lame

Posted by Anonymous | November 14, 2011 1:50 PM

Wo, so cooooooo...l!I love music live, while, it's pity that i have never been to any of it.

Posted by NSK Cylindrical Roller Bearings | February 23, 2012 4:01 AM

looks like a lot of fun

Posted by jordon | August 12, 2013 3:50 PM

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