How would you sum up your career in Agnostic Front?

Roger Miret: We always felt like our thing was a little small thing, but it started growing. It was a rollercoaster ride, but to us it was just playing shows. It was something we were passionate about, something we loved. There was no success in it at all for us, besides the success of a lot of people liking us and enjoying the shows. Not until the late 90s did we ever feel any type of monetary success, but it didn’t matter to us. I was still living in squats and doing my construction work. We didn’t know we were a part of this giant movement. We didn’t know we were making history. We didn’t know our records were going to be influential to other people later on in life. It was just us living.

 

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My Riot: Agnostic Front, Grit, Guts, and Glory is out now through Lesser Gods.