There is no more important hardcore band from New York than Agnostic Front. They weren't the first, but they'll probably be the last. And when they first came out - United Blood and Victim in Pain - is there anything better? Just some of the the rawest and most brutal songs ever written. They truly put the HARD and CORE in hardcore. This shirt is an early 2000s boot of an ancient AF design. On the shirt, you can see it was from a 1985 tour, the year between Victim in Pain and Cause For Alarm. The same image was also used for the Radio Raheem re-release of early AF rarities, No One Rules. We asked AF singer Roger Miret about the design and this is what he had to say:
That is a Chuy design he did a bunch of classic flyers for us. He is from Oxnard, CA. The shirt itself is very cool and one of 2 designs we sold on our first US tour in ‘85!
Since this "very cool" is a modern reproduction it fits just right, but it's still worn in just enough (imperfections displayed in photos) to make it look like it could've been at A7 and then lost somewhere shortly thereafter only to be recently uncovered. The only person who will know the difference is you.