Sick Of It All & Agnostic Front Cancel East Coast Tour

Sick Of It All and Agnostic Front have officially cancelled their East Coast tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. Agnostic Front commented:

“Due to the sustained pandemic restrictions in place, we will be cancelling our upcoming tour that was scheduled to take place in April-May 2021. We hope to come back and book new tour dates when conditions are safe for everyone in 2022. All tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.”

Sick Of It All Share Quarantine Performance Of “Deep State”

Sick Of It All have shared a quarantine performance of their song “Deep State.” This clip serves as the final video in the band’s six-part quarantine series. The group commented:

“This is it! Last Quarantine Jam! We went for the heavy groove of DEEP STATE off the last album WAKE THE SLEEPING DRAGON! Just a reminder that no matter who’s in charge don’t let your guard down, because they don’t care about us! Produced and directed once again by @thejerryfarly and post production by @Steve_metter We had a blast doing these! We will see what we can do in the future! Stay tuned and share the shit out of this and all the videos! Thanks! And Play It Loud!!!”

Sick Of It All Share Quarantine Performance Of “Never Back Down”

Sick Of It All have shared a quarantine performance of their song “Never Back Down.” This clip serves as the fifth video in the band’s six-part quarantine series. The group commented:

“This Quarantine Jam is a perfect anthem for these times! ‘Never Back Down‘! Coming from the ‘Last At Of Defiance‘ album. Here’s rally cry to get you through all the shit and the seemingly endless plague. It’s high energy, anthemic hardcore music, rooted in punk and Oi are a perfect fit to the take no shit everyman and everywoman lyrics. A reminder that no matter what they throw at you, keep on pushing, keep on fighting.”

Sick Of It All Share Quarantine Performance Of “Hardcore Horseshoe”

Sick Of It All have shared a quarantine performance of their song “Hardcore Horseshoe.” This clip serves as the fourth video in the band’s six-part quarantine series. The group said the following:

“This week’s track ‘Hardcore Horseshoe‘ is from our latest album ‘Wake The Sleeping Dragon!‘. The muscle bound riffs and tongue in cheek lyrics show the parities of growing older in the scene and male pattern baldness brought to you by Armand and definitely a band favorite on the album. Unfortunately we haven’t had the chance to play it live (yet) because as we were about to add it Covid hit. So here it is in all its quarantine glory.”

Sick Of It All Share Quarantine Performance Of “Paper Tiger”

Sick Of It All have shared a quarantine performance of their song “Paper Tiger.” This clip serves as the third video in the band’s six-part quarantine series. Drummer Armand Majidi said the following:

“Going back to a much overlooked 2003 album which has a type of cult appeal to a lot of our fans, we resurrect “‘Paper Tiger‘ for the third release in our series of Quarantine Jams. We’re convinced it’ll remind you that it’s a caustic punk anthem about all the phonies who only flirt with this music just for fashion. We’re not letting this go – we’re calling em out.”

Sick Of It All Share Quarantine Performance Of “The Bland Within”

Sick Of It All have shared a quarantine performance of their song “The Bland Within.” This clip serves as the second video in the band’s six-part quarantine series. The group said the following:

“BOOM! Here is Quarantine Jam number 2, “THE BLAND WITHIN” From the very underrated “YOURS TRULY” Hope this get your heads moving and you butts shaking! Thanks once again to @Jerry Farley for producing, mixing, mastering, and directing. @Steve Perlmutter video editing and effects.”

Sick Of It All Share Quarantine Performance Of “Alone”

Sick Of It All have shared a quarantine performance of their song “Alone.” This clip serves as the first video in the band’s six-part quarantine series. The group commented:

“Quarantine gave us a reason (and an excuse) to dust off some of our favorite songs that haven’t been featured in our live set either in a while, or ever. We wanted to rekindle their fire, and share them with our fans worldwide. So for the next months, we’re going to release one song every fortnight to try to keep the torch of hardcore lit through this drought of live music that’s driving us all crazy! Please stay tuned for details and release dates.”

Sick Of It All & Agnostic Front Announce Rescheduled Dates For Co-Headlining Tour

Sick Of It All and Agnostic Front have postponed their co-headlining tour once again due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek is now set to take place in spring 2021. Crown Of Thornz and Dragged In will open on select dates.

Tour Dates:

With Crown Of Thornz:

04/22 Detroit, MI – The Sanctuary
04/23 Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub
04/24 St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill
04/25 Chicago, IL – Subterranean
04/27 Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse

With Dragged In:

04/28 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
04/29 Quebec City, QC – Imperial Bell
04/30 Montreal, QC – Foufounes Electriques

With Crown Of Thornz:

05/01 Boston, MA – The Middle East
05/02 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
05/03 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar

Agnostic Front commented:

“As we all know the current situation upon us all has forced the postponing of this tour a few times but we are excited to announce that we have secured the dates for 2021! We can’t wait to get out there and see our friends worldwide and do what we love! Spread the word!!! See dates below! Note *The venue in Quebec City was moved, but tickets from Le D’Auteuil will be honored at Imperial Bell.

** The Atlanta show will be cancelled, unfortunately. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase*”

Sick Of It All Premiere “Bull’s Anthem” Video

Sick Of It All have premiered a new video for their song “Bull’s Anthem.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Wake The Sleeping Dragon!.“

The group commented:

“Getting all our fans and friends involved in the making of this video for ‘Bull’s Anthem‘ was an absolute blast. We had so much fun going through all the submissions, piecing it together, and being able to bring some much needed laughter into all of our lives during these crazy times.

It’s amazing to see so many people united via our music, from all over the world, and joining us in spreading a good responsible message. We want to thank Tim from Rise Against, Chuck from Hot Water Music and the hundreds of participants, for making this happen, and we want to thank you for watching and sharing this video.

It’s US vs Them and the time for revolution has come! Support, love and take care of each other.”

Agnostic Front & Sick Of It All Announce Rescheduled Dates For Co-Headlining Tour

Agnostic Front and Sick Of It All have postponed their co-headlining tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek will now take place in August. Crown Of Thornz, Apocalypse Tribe, and Dragged In will open on select dates.

Tour Dates:

With Crown Of Thornz:

08/20 Detroit, MI – The Sanctuary
08/21 Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub
08/22 St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill
08/23 Chicago, IL – Subterranean
08/24 Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse

With Dragged In:

08/26 Toronto, ONT – Lee’s Palace
08/27 Quebec City, QUE – Le D’Auteull
08/28 Montreal, QUE – Foufounes Electriques

With Crown Of Thornz:

08/29 Cambridge, MA – The Middle East
08/30 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
08/31 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
09/02 Atlanta, GA – The Loft

With Apocalypse Tribe:

09/04 Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon

Sick Of It All commented:

“What’s up everybody! Well as you’ve probably guessed and for obvious reasons the Sick Of It All/Agnostic Front spring tour has been moved to August. All tickets will be honored at the door for the rescheduled shows!! Detroit! The show has also switched venues! It’s gone from Shelter to the Sanctuary!!

So make note of that and your tickets for the Shelter will be honored at the Sanctuary! Got some sad news for our friends in VA Beach and Texas. We are very sorry but we weren’t able to move forward with these shows at this time. Your tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

Hopefully we can make it back in the near future. That’s it for now! Keep coming back here for info, and watch for the West Coast date info coming soon. Let’s hope we all make it thru this safe and sound and ready to thrash!!
Go to sickofitall.com for tickets and info!!!”