Live at CBGB is an album of live recordings from New York hardcore band Agnostic Front, from 1987.
Led by singer Roger Miret and guitarist Vinny Stigma, New York's cataclysmic Agnostic Front made quite a name for itself with records like Victim in Pain and Cause for Alarm. As one the first truly pioneering NYHC (New York Hard Core) bands to successfully bridge the gap between metal, punk, and hardcore, the band rose to legendary cult status up and down the East Coast. Recorded in the flesh at New York's punk rock Mecca CBGB's in August of 1988, Live at CBGB captures the band in all its ferocious glory.
Art Direction – Agnostic Front, David Bett. Artwork – Andrea Elston. Drums – Will Shepler. Engineer – Gil Abarbanel, Steve McAllister. Guitar – Vinnie Stigma. Recorded Live At CBGB, NYC, 8/21/1988. The original title for the song was "Crucified For Your Sins". Matrix, Runout: 88561-3001-2
Agnostic Front – Agnostic Front is an American hardcore punk band, pioneer of the crossover thrash genre, formed in 1980. It was released in 1987 on Relativity/Combat Records and follows 1986s Cause for Alarm, live at CBGB followed this album in 1989 featuring songs from the bands first three albums and EP. The band further explored the crossover direction they had begun on their previous album, almost wholesale changes in line-up had taken place since the previous album with the rhythm section and second guitar slot all seeing new players.
Live at CBGB - Студийный альбом от Agnostic Front. В альбом вошло 19 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 33:56. Blind Justice" (Live) - Agnostic Front - San Francisco, Parkside - December 9, 2015. Agnostic Front- Victim in Pain/Blind Justice/Last Warning 09/28/2012. Agnostic Front - Blind Justice (Live 1991).
Agnostic Front chronology. Live at CBGB (1989)Live at CBGB1989. Last Warning (1993)Last Warning1993. Musically, the band continued their lean towards crossover thrash which earned the interest of Roadrunner Records who distributed this and their next album under license. After a three-year lay off, two line-up changes had taken place – Matt Henderson replacing Steve Martin on guitar, and Craig Setari replacing Al Peters on Bass.