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8 Replies to “ I Cant Relate - Agnostic Front - The American Dream Died (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Jan 21,  · New York hardcore legends AGNOSTIC FRONT will release their eleventh album, "The American Dream Died", on April 4 via Nuclear Blast. The CD was produced by MADBALL singer Freddy Cricien and.
  2. release from Nuclear Blast. Black vinyl. Sealed. Tracklist A1 Intro A2 The American Dream Died A3 Police Violence A4 Only In America A5 Test Of Time A6 We Walk The Line A7 Never Walk Alone A8 Enough Is Enough B1 I Can't Relate B2 Old New York B3 Social Justice.
  3. Apr 04,  · The American Dream Died Lyrics: Social system degradation multinational corporations / Another false flag operation military world domination / Secret government hypocrisy this .
  4. Apr 07,  · Now with their 11th studio album, The American Dream Died, the band has perhaps made their most aggressive album in recent years. From crossover, to proto grindcore, to subtle influences; there's something for every Agnostic Front fan. 'Myself and the band has never felt so confident and passionate about a release,' affirms vocalist Roger Miret/5(39).
  5. Now with their 11th studio album, The American Dream Died, the band has perhaps made their most aggressive album in recent years. From crossover, to proto grindcore, to subtle influences; there’s something for every Agnostic Front fan.
  6. Full of lies—the American Dream died! Natural resource exploitation Nuclear power contamination Collapse the dollar—devastation Loss of life—depopulation Secret government—hypocrisy This New World Order, it's not for me I don't want to live in a world like this Full of lies—the American Dream died! We're living like we got a gun to.
  7. In they released the album Dead Yuppies. Recently as of , Miret worked on a side project band Roger Miret and the Disasters to further explore his punk rock and oi leanings, and released a self-titled album. Agnostic Front went back to the album drawing board again in /5 for a new album.
  8. The 11th studio long-player from the veteran New York hardcore unit, The American Dream Died opens with a barrage of sirens (both of the air raid and police varieties) before launching fists first into the beefy title cut. The condemnation of greed and corruption is a hardcore punk pantry staple, but here it is well-timed, as the track album (which clocks in at just over 25 minutes) arrives.

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