Davey Havok is disappointed with his band’s latest album, ‘Burials,’ but it has nothing to do with the music.
“This record is of silence, of burials, and the burials that result from that silence,” frontman Davey Havok said of AFI’s new album. “It’s of betrayal, cruelty, weakness, anxiety, panic – deep and slow – despair, injury and loss. And in this it is shamefully honest and resolutely unforgiving.”
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.
Just three days after announcing their first North American tour in three years, Seattle rock legends Pearl Jam have delivered an October 15 release date for a new album, “Lightning Bolt.” Hear the first single now.
Alternative rock darlings AFI have inked a deal with Republic Records that will power their ninth full-length studio album due this September.
The day after The Avett Brothers’ headlining gig at Governors Ball, the guys talked to Radio.com about working with Rick Rubin on their upcoming album out this fall and what it’s like to headline a festival alongside Kanye. Hint: It’s very loud.
Among the spring break debauchery and fake talk shows, the new video from Lonely Island has a surprising message about same-sex marriage.