Agnostic Front Premieres Video For “The American Dream Died”

Agnostic Front

New York hardcore pioneers AGNOSTIC FRONT have released their new album The American Dream Died today in North America on Nuclear Blast.  Coinciding with the release of the album, the band has teamed up with Decibel Magazine for an exclusive premiere of the video for the title track “The American Dream Died”.  The video was directed by Todd Huber and can be seen HERE.


During the recording process the band filmed a webisode series documenting the production process and the background for the new album The American Dream Died. The first clip in the series can be seen HERE.  The second installment entitled “Stigma Being Stigma” HERE, the third video “Sunday Matinee Sessions” can be viewed HERE.  The fourth clip “A Wise Man” can be seen HERE.The fifth installment “Old New York” can be seen HERE!  The sixth and final video can be viewed HERE.


Check out the band’s video for “Police Violence” HERE as well as a behind the scenes making of the video feature HERE.


The American Dream Died was produced by MADBALL singer Freddy Cricien and engineered, mixed and mastered by Paul Miner (H2O, TERROR) and is available today via Nuclear Blast Records.


The record features guest appearances by Cricien, Toby Morse (H2O) and Lou Koller (SICK OF IT ALL).  The band also collaborated with legendary AGNOSTIC FRONT/MADBALL guitarist Matt Henderson on the song “A Wise Man.”


Each vinyl edition of the album contains a download code for the album Your Time’s Up by THE ALLIGATORS, a rowdy punk project featuring AGNOSTIC FRONT singer Roger Miret and members of legendary Anaheim, CA hardcore band INSTED.


The American Dream Died is available as digital download, vinyl and CD. A limited bundle with an exclusive T-Shirt is available as well! – Surf to to secure your copy!




4/12: San Jose, CA @ RockBar Theater

4/24: New York, NY @ Bowery Electric (SOLD OUT)

4/25: New York, NY @ Bowery Electric (Matinee Show)



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