Found this on a Wikipedia discussion, thought it was interesting:
""I hate to ask this question, but I can't avoid it... You also appeared on the "This Is White Noise" ep, alongside Skrewdriver, Brutal Attack, etc... Was ABH a white-power band? If so, are your views the same as they were then?
Pete: That kind of happened toward the end. Getting stuff out was always hard and we made that call, probably not the best decision we ever made but it was a time when the band was cracking up, and well, maybe we thought releasing something would kind of re-focus us, who knows. We all make mistakes I guess. I don't want to make excuses, we did what we did and I stand by that. [...] But in answer to the other part of your question: We defiantly had a foot firmly and squarley in the skinhead camp and we make no apologies for that. Extreme views are a part of that culture but by no means all of it. I cannot give you a breakdown of the political views of all members of the band, but yes we were a British-and-proud-of-it outfit. We wore the Union Jack because we were proud to be British, but Nazis we were not. I am still proud of my heritage, but having worked in Bosnia over the last three years and having seen first hand just what that kind of extreme ideology means for real, I can tell you it's not pretty. I worked in Afghanistan in '86 and '88 with the Mujahadeen, risked my life and lost a friend. I have the greatest of respect for the people from that part of the world, their religion and their culture. I do not hate any group of people (except maybe hippies)."