Review Summary: short but sweet.1 of 3 thought this review was well written
Agnostic Front are a staple in hardcore punk, they deliver quality measurements, furious agenda and a different use of energy with every song they dive on. Agnostic Front's sound is very straight forward, ''in your face'' type of thing; they made this little E.P. worthwhile, with incredible energy and flawless musicianship, with each member furiously connecting to their instruments so beautifully. United Blood E.P. is just over 6 minutes long, which is the actual right length for a punk record, each song drives you in, with head crunching tunes and the versatility with the hard-hitting guitar, slick-thumping bass, energetically-intense drums and the edgy vocal power that has so much charisma and it's always above standards. Agnostic Front's United Blood E.P. is a define record for hardcore, ''it's basic'' but it holds so much fire power and soul into each song that is so passionate and respectable. We all know why, they have been one of the leaders in the hardcore scene for generations to come.
United Blood E.P. is filled with excellent underground production that keeps that raw structure so emotional and dangerous, to a humans ear, their lyrics are considered to be quite the strength, with the talent that they have, with just very precise influence and capability on how they can be so underground, but so dynamic in their own ways, with assorted quality and technique, that makes United Blood E.P. a fantastic album.'
Roger Miret- vocals
Vinnie Stigma- guitar
Adam Moochie- bass
Ray Barbeiri- drums