Agnostic Front is an American hardcore punk band. The band was formed by guitarist Vinnie Stigma (formerly of the Eliminators) in November/December 1980 in New York City. The band began playing hardcore punk related to the other bands, and were drive to the head of the growing New York hardcore wave in the mid-1980s, Their commonly consider 1984 classic "Victim in Pain" before developing to mix thrash metal elements into their music. In the late '90s, the band had signed with Epitaph Records and adopt Oi! sound styles before rising into a different metallic hardcore mixture related to bands like Hatebreed. In 1983, their debut EP United Blood, was released on an indie label, have become a collector's item. During this time, the band consist of the entire skinheads. Though this will change over time, Agnostic Front will continue to feature skinheads as part of their member. In 1986, the album "Cause for Alarm" was a difficult album to record, due to reguar changes in members and personnel problems. It was released on Combat Records, the album added thrash metal influences. With an additional new member, the band had released the album "Liberty and Justice for" in 1987. The album lack of thrash influences, but it contained many metal-style guitar solos. It did not sold well as previous releases. A little bit later, Miret were arrested on drug charges after the released of the live album, and spent his time in prison writing new songs while the band toured Europe in the first time. The lyrics that was written by Miret while in prison formed most of 1992 album "One Voice, which include the members of Madball and Sick of It All. In a short while after its release, the band decided to broke up. Their last show was on December 20, 1992 at CBGB. Warning.