Posts Tagged ‘AFI’

ALBUM: AFI – AFI (The Blood Album)

Release Date: January 20th 2017
Label: Concord Music Group


The transformation of AFI (short for A Fire Inside, if you didn’t know) from gritty, eccentric punk band to gothic rock arena fillers has been a huge success story for the underground scene. Although some have questioned some of the major label output since 2003’s platinum-selling ‘Sing The Sorrow’, the Californians have maintained their ambition and integrity through an astonishing two decade career that has led to their self-titled tenth full-length release, that will be referred to as ‘The Blood Album’.

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VIDEO: AFI – Aurelia

With a tenth album, ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’, now safely under the band’s belt, Californian goth-tinged punk rockers AFI have now unveiled a video to accompany the latest choice of single from the record, ‘Aurelia’.

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AUDIO: AFI – Get Hurt

Californian goth punk outfit AFI are less than a week away from dropping album number ten, ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’, and to keep our hype levels as high as possible until release date, they’ve debuted a steam of another single, ‘Get Hurt’.

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FEATURE: 35 Bands To Look Out For In 2017!

Whether a band are releasing their first album or their tenth, we’ve covered them in our definitive list of bands to keep your eye on in 2017. With hundreds of shows and festivals planned around record releases, this year is already looking hot for new talent and big comebacks alike and, although it will take a lot to rival the heights that 2016 got to, we here at DEAD PRESS! are quietly confident.

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VIDEO: AFI – Snow Cats

Punk rockers AFI are tapping into a psychedelic side worked hard by Muse and The Fall Of Troy in the new video for ‘Snow Cats’. The song comes in advance of their eagerly anticipated record, ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’, which is set to drop towards the end of the month.

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VIDEO: AFI – White Offerings

Californian gothic punks keep things very strictly black and/or white in the video for ‘White Offerings’, the latest single choice to be cut and lifted from the band’s soon-to-be-released tenth record, ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’.

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NEWS: AFI confirmed to support Deftones during UK tour in May 2017!

Along with dropping their new album ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’ in January, Californian punk rockers AFI have now been confirmed as main support for Deftones during their short headline run across the UK in May, which comes ahead of their already confirmed Download Festival appearance in June.

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NEWS: First bands confirmed for Download Festival 2017!

Though we’ve waited a little bit longer than usual to get that first Download Festival announcement, it’s finally here. The festival organisers have now confirmed that System Of A Down, Biffy Clyro, and Aerosmith will headline the main stage at the 2017 edition of the rock and metal weekender.

You can check out an official poster and list of all of the bands announced for the festival so far below:

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NEWS: AFI detail self-titled record (or ‘The Blood Album’), out January 20th 2017!

After some cryptic teasing online here and there, Californian alternative rockers AFI have now confirmed that a new self-titled LP, which will also be referred to as ‘The Blood Album’, and a follow-up to their 2013 release ‘Burials’, is on its way. The record is scheduled for release on January 20th 2017 through Concord Music Group.

You can check out the album artwork, full track listing, and some track streams below:

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NEWS: AFI reportedly working on their tenth album!

Californian punk rock favourites AFI (or, A Fire Inside) are reportedly working on some new music, which is assumed to form what will be the band’s next and overall tenth full-length album. The suspicion comes from a image posted via the band’s official Instagram account, which sees both frontman Davey Havok and guitarist Jade Puget – who are both also the band’s principle song writers, penning down some new material.

You can take a look at the photo in question embedded below:

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