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Agnostic Front’s Miret puts family first

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Family has always been the most important thing to Agnostic Front vocalist Roger Miret. In fact, his young family was the main reason the legendary New York City hardcore outfit split up for four years, beginning in 1992. At the time, the band had released the metal-tinged comeback album “One Voice,” a document of Miret’s two-year stint in prison on drug possession charges. “I was kind of selfishly just doing stuff, and just kind of ...

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