After a brief period of mystery, AFI's Davey Havok and Jade Puget have confirmed that it is indeed them performing on the newly released music from the band XTRMST. Just last week the group's new EP surfaced online with many speculating that it was the AFI duo behind the works.
In a hangar-like sound studio in Hollywood, California, members of Linkin Park and Thirty Seconds to Mars were on hand Tuesday, March 4 to announce their upcoming North American 'Carnivores' tour (which will also be featuring AFI).
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?'
In a new Arcade Sushi original feature, AFI vocalist Davey Havok and others talk about their favorite video games as a kid, along with some cherished childhood memories attached to the games of choice.
AFI are back on the scene in a big way with two stellar singles already released off their upcoming 'Burials' album, which arrives Oct. 22. The new disc has already yielded the darkly delicious track 'I Hope You Suffer,' as well as the lively follow-up '17 Crimes.' Loudwire recently had a chance to speak with AFI frontman Davey Havok and guitarist Jade Puget about the new album, as well as the band's upcoming fall tour. Check out the interview below:
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.
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