The stark, black and white clip forfeatures Davey Havok (clad in a studded black leather jacket) and the band performing the intense, slow-burning new song amidst billowing plumes of smoke.
After teasing their latest single, “I Hope You Suffer,” late last week, AFI officially announced a October 22 release date for their new album, Burials.
The industrial-influenced song, which was posted to the band’s website today (July 18), comes nearly four years since their last effort, 2009’s ‘Crash Love.’
Alternative rock darlings AFI have inked a deal with Republic Records that will power their ninth full-length studio album due this September.
Davey Havok is a tease. When a mysterious video clip was released last week with the words “September 2013” at the end, fans speculated that it was about his band AFI releasing a new album. […]
Big news for fans of popular post-hardcore punk group AFI. Today (April 17) the band announced through a dramatic video that they will be releasing a new album in September 2013. The clip begins with […]
No stranger to the theater, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will pen new songs for a Yale Repertory Theater production premiering next year. The new musical, These Paper Bullets, is a rock and roll […]