Just a couple of days before official release of their first album in yonks, Burials, AFI have released another track titled No Resurrection. Don’t let the mellow vibe fool you – No Resurrection approaches with fangs bared, and though they might be more subtle than we’ve seen previously they’re still there. No Resurrection seems to
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AFI have released the official music video for the comeback single I Hope You Suffer after revealing details for their forthcoming album Burials earlier this month. The band have put themselves smack bam in the centre of the clip, cutting sick in a manner only AFI can and, man, it feels good to see them
AFI are striking while the iron is hot, announcing plans for their new album ‘Burial’ off the back of last week’s single I Hope You Suffer. We can’t confirm the Australian street date, as so far the only date announced is that for North America. The US will be able to sink their fangs into
AFI have returned, baring their fangs, on I Hope You Suffer, the first single from their forthcoming studio album. The track won’t be officially released by the band’s label Republic Records until Tuesday, 23rd July but you can stream the full jam below. With a name like I Hope You Suffer, AFI make no secret
Chicago-based punk and alt rock extravaganza Riot Fest has dropped the lineup for its 2013 event, creating a guitar lover’s utopia that will have many of us seeing green. Unless someone out there has a plane that can take us all to Chicago? The 3-day event kicks off 13th September and is bringing together some
Signs of life have once again begun to stir within the AFI camp. The band have recently taken to Facebook to post a link to their website which displays only a video. All other links have been removed so you don’t get distracted from the short but hectic clip. Following Davey Havok as he walks
Musician Matt Skiba has revealed a new solo venture Matt Skiba and the Sekrets. Skiba, most well known for his role as founding member of the punk rock group Alkaline Trio, has teamed up with other name players for the project including My Chemical Romance drummer Jarrod Alexander and AFI Bassist Hunter Burgan. “Creating a
Rancid Frontman Tim Armstrong has released a trailer for a new original web series he has created for VEVO. The series, named Tim Timebomb’s RockNRoll Theater, features cameos from Davey Havok (AFI), Lars Frederiksen & CSI’s Robert David Hall. “Doing a show centered on musical theatre isn’t really a stretch for me,” says Armstrong. “For
With a reputation as being the world’s most worshiped band, AFI are a band not to be trifled with, or even puddinged. Teaming up with UK uberpunks Gallows, AFI will be treating fans to the full live treatment at the shows detailed below.