Check out a great interview with Freddy in the Miami New Times and see what he had to say about Miami, the Black N’ Blue Bowl 2015, and why fighting at shows is bullshit.
Freddy Cricien has been a part of the New York hardcore scene for most of his life, having performed onstage with his brother/Agnostic Front vocalist Roger Miret by the time he was 7 years old. And not only did he go on to form Madball, but also recorded their highly revered debut Ball Of Destruction, all at the age of 12. Since then, Freddy and Madball have continued to go strong, most recently releasing their new EP Rebellion via his own label Black N Blue.
In other words, not many could better evoke the spirit of NYHC better than Freddy Cricien. That’s why we thought it would be interesting to see which five NYHC albums the Madball frontman would pick as his favorite. So without further ado, click on the page numbers below to see which albums Cricien picked (along with favorite tracks) and what he had to say about the releases’ significance to the NYHC scene. Click here to read more at Metalinsider.net
If there’s one thing Freddy Madball is NOT, it’s one-dimensional. Most notably known as the front man for New York Hardcore stalwarts, Madball, a venture into the Hip Hop culture he grew up admiring has led him to take that admiration to the stage and on record. In 2009, Freddy released his debut solo Hip Hop record, Catholic Guilt which saw him gain praise and much credibility outside the comfortable confines of fronting a Hardcore band — a bridge not too many artists can gap well. July 14th at Gramercy Theatre NYC, Freddy Madball (featuring DJ Stress) will once again hit the stage in support of Jedi Mind Tricks and La Coka Nostra to prove once again, regardless of the musical medium, there isn’t a stage FMB can’t not destroy.