When The Amity Affliction‘s Ahren Stringer dropped his debut foray in the world of hip-hop back in July, we knew it had to be more than just a one-off goof. Back to prove that Champagne Breakfast wasn’t a fluke, Stringer’s drafted some help from fellow rhymers Deez Nuts for his latest cut, White Joel Birch.
Though he’s busy preparing for The Amity Affliction‘s massive upcoming tour with Architects, Issues, and more, the ever-prolific Ahren Stringer has found time to utilise some of his untapped talents. Stringer’s now a rhyme-slinging rap force in Lady KC‘s video for Champagne Breakfast. In the clip, Lady KC and Stringer make it known that they’re
Ahren Stringer, bassist and vocalist for Queensland metalcore outfit The Amity Affliction, was at the centre of controversy last week after making a post to his Instagram account that many interpreted as endorsing violence against police. Stringer has now opened up about the post. “I’m sure there are good cops out there; I’m yet to
The Amity Affliction vocalist Ahren Stringer caused a bit of an uproar overnight on social media, that was sparked by an image he reposted on Instagram, interpreted by many as inciting violence towards police officers. The image in question showed uniformed US police officers carrying a coffin draped with an American flag, at what looks