Agnostic Front Rescheduled North American Tour into 2021

Agnostic Front, Sick of It All reschedule joint tour delayed and will resume in 2021.

American Hardcore punk Agnostic Front announced that they are not going out on co-headlining tour with Sick of It All in 2020 rather the band delayed the tour until 2021. The have rescheduled the tour with new batch of dates across North America. The 11-city trek now kicks off in April 22, 2021 in Detroit and stretches into May with stops in major US markets. The Canadian shows are planned for Toronto, Quebec and Montreal. Crown of Thornz and Dragged In will join the tour in some selected dates with Agnostic Front in this rescheduled tour going to occur in 2021.

Agnostic Front released their 12th studio album Get Louder in November 8, 2019 via Nuclear Blast which was a follow up of 2015’s album The American Dream Died. The band will keep supporting their latest project in this tour too.

The band Agnostic Front was formed in 1980 in New York City. This band has influenced the New York City life greatly. The band witnessed many lineup changes since its inception in 1980.This hardcore punk band’s current lineups are Vinnie Stigma, Roger Miret, Mike Gallo, Pokey Mo and Craig Silverman. Agnostic Front has pioneered in crossover thrash genre.

Roger Miret is the lead vocal of the band Agnostic Front. In 2015 the band extensively tour in Europe and America in support of the album and in 2017 a documentary was made on Agnostic Front where Stigma and Miret had appearances. The band released their recent album in 2019 and announced tour in North America but could not make it due to covid-19. The tour is now delayed and going to resume in April 2021 and end in May 2021. The tickets are available now. To catch Agnostic Front live, see the following dates and venues where to find the band.

September n 2021 leading up to their recently revealed North American stint supporting Gwar on their ‘Scumdogs 30th Anniversary Tour’. When the band takes a break, they’ll be performing six shows with Napalm Death. These two bands released their last albums in early 2016 and will do some cross-promotion during these far-away tours.

Eyehategod Tour 2021
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What’s your favorite type of rock? The Obsessed is a heavy metal band from New Orleans, Louisiana. Their sound has been described as “a union between Black Sabbath and Alice in Chains”.

They’re currently on tour throughout the southern United States with back-to-back record release shows September 10th and 11th in 2021 at Poor Boys in their hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. Join them for some fun! Stormy Daniels will be there to sell Merchandise so stop by if you can make it out this Friday or Saturday night.

EYEHATEGOD is set to tour with Gwar and Napalm Death this fall. The band will bring their chaotic grindcore sound to over thirty-eight cities, including a few special performances alongside fellow bands like Suffocation and Madball. Fans of brutal metal should be sure not to miss out on the chance of these events.

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Eyehategod has announced that they will be touring North America from October through December as part of a larger package deal with GWAR, Napalm Death among other notably extreme acts in various genres such as death metal or hardcore punk for example all hitting both coasts across 38 different locations – spanning coast to coast from Norfolk VA down south into DC at the end of November/ Early December via Virginia Beach then up to the other cities.

It’s time to get out your calendars because we have plenty of tour dates for you. See the list below.

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