Austin, Texas is known as the live music capital of the world, and with good reason. Take the annual South by Southwest festival in the spring and the recent success of the Austin City Limits Music Festival in the fall as an example. This year will be no different as the lineup for the annual Austin City Limits Festival has been revealed with Pearl Jam among the headliners.
In a hangar-like sound studio in Hollywood, California, members of Linkin Park and Thirty Seconds to Mars were on hand last week to announce their upcoming North American 'Carnivores' tour (which will also be featuring AFI). The tour has a stop in Houston in September.
After teasing a Motorhead appearance earlier in the day, the complete Coachella 2014 lineup was revealed late Wednesday night (Jan. 8). This year's event features the reunion of hip-heroes OutKast, alterna-rockers Muse and Grammy winners Arcade Fire headlining the three nights, though there is still plenty of rock to go around.
AFI are in the process of completing their 2013 touring, with just a couple of California stops left in December. But North American fans won't be without the band for very long as AFI will return to the road in early 2014.
AFI's Davey Havok dropped by our studio recently for an exclusive interview. The singer spoke to us about AFI's new album 'Burials,' which came out Oct. 22, but he also gave us a bit more of his time to participate in a game of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?'
While their new disc ‘Burials’ won’t make its debut until this fall when it’s officially released on Oct. 22, AFI’s new video for ’17 Crimes’ invokes feelings of the summertime, serving up a perfect anthem for the fleeting season.
AFI have just unveiled the official video for their new single ‘I Hope You Suffer,’ the moody maelstrom of a song that serves as the first single from their upcoming disc ‘Burials,’ due out on Oct. 22.
As AFI prepare for the release their new disc ‘Burials’ on Oct.22, the band recently shared the first single ‘I Hope You Suffer.’ Adding to the anticipation, the band has unveiled a lyric video to complement the song, check it out above.
After giving fans a sneak preview with the first single ‘I Hope You Suffer’ from their ninth studio album, AFI have revealed the title -- ‘Burials’ -- and a release date of Oct. 22 for their upcoming disc.
It's been a few years since we've heard from AFI, but the band is back with a brand-new single, 'I Hope You Suffer,' off their upcoming ninth studio album. The powerful track is sure to get the band's devoted fans excited for the new disc.
AFI have confirmed the fall release of their ninth studio album, their first since 2009's 'Crash Love.' The-as-yet-untitled album, which is nearing completion, will be the band's first on new label Republic Records.
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