Agnostic Front with VietNom, Outbreak, and More at Churchill's on Friday

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​New York City's hardcore legends Agnostic Front will be touring in support of the 25th anniversary of their classic Victim in Pain album, considered by many to be one of the definitive albums of the genre. The band will be playing the entire record--from start to finish--along with other classic and newer songs for fans when they stop in at Churchill's tomorrow night.

Other bands slated to perform include VietNom and Outbreak, along with Nobody's Hero, and Trust No One. It's sure to be a night filled with moshing, hardcore jamming, and releasing all of that pent-up anger.

Agnostic Front, with VietNom, Outbreak, Nobody's Hero, and Trust No One, 8 p.m., Friday, May 14, ages 18 and up. At Churchill's Pub, 5501 N.E. Second Ave., Miami. Tickets are $13 in advance, or $15 at the door. 800-594-TIXX; Slammie.MusicToday.com

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