One Voice (Agnostic Front album)

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One Voice
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Studio album by Agnostic Front
Released 1992
Recorded 1991
Studio Normandy Sound
Genre Hardcore punk, crossover thrash, thrash metal
Length 32:10
Label Relativity, Roadrunner
Producer Don Fury
Agnostic Front chronology
Live at CBGB
One Voice
Last Warning
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

One Voice is the fourth full-length studio album from New York hardcore band, Agnostic Front. It was released in 1992 on Relativity Records. It marks a three-year absence from recording – the last album was Live at CBGB in 1989 – after Roger Miret's term of imprisonment. However, the comeback was short-lived as after Last Warning (another live album), the band split up and did not record again until 1998.

Musically, the band continued their lean towards crossover thrash which earned the interest of Roadrunner Records who distributed this and their next album under license. After a three-year lay off, two line-up changes had taken place – Matt Henderson replacing Steve Martin on guitar, and Craig Setari replacing Al Peters on Bass.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "New Jack" Matt Henderson, Roger Miret 3:40
2. "One Voice" Henderson, Miret, Craig Setari 3:15
3. "Infiltrate" Henderson, Setari 1:20
4. "The Tombs" Henderson, Miret, Setari 3:23
5. "Your Fall" Henderson, Miret 1:47
6. "Over the Edge" Henderson, Miret, Setari 3:55
7. "Undertow" Henderson, Miret 3:36
8. "Now & Then" Henderson, Miret, Setari 2:24
9. "Crime Without Sin" Miret 2:41
10. "Retaliate" Henderson, Miret 3:20
11. "Force Feed" Henderson, Miret, Setari 2:49
12. "Bastard" Miret 3:08
Total length: 32:10


Agnostic Front
  • Roger Miret – vocals
  • Vinnie Stigma – guitar
  • Matt Henderson – guitar
  • Craig Setari – bass
  • Will Shepler – drums
  • Armand Majidi (Sick Of It All) – backing vocals
  • Jamie Locke – piano
  • Produced by Don Fury
  • Engineered and mixed by Jamie Locke
  • Assistant engineered by Joe Pires


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