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AFI stream new song “Get Hurt”

AFI have made another track from their upcoming album AFI (The Blood Album) available to stream. Check out “Get Hurt” below.

AFI (The Blood Album) is set to release on January 27th. It will be the band’s 10th studio album, serving as the follow-up to 2013’s Burials.



AFI tease new song “Feed From The Floor”

AFI have provided the world with 38 seconds of a new song, “Feed From The Floor”. The track excerpt was released via their Twitter account. The track is from their tenth studio album, “AFI (The Blood Album), out on January 27th.



Music Video: AFI – “Snow Cats”

AFI have premiered a music video for their song “Snow Cats”, taken from their upcoming album AFI (The Blood Album), and you can give it a watch here.

Due for release on January 27th, AFI (The Blood Album) will be the band’s first studio album in nearly four years, since Burials in 2013.



AFI premiere music video for song “White Offerings”

AFI have released a bombshell of a music video for a new song called “White Offerings.” By bombshell, I mean that the video is so visually stimulating you will be forced to enjoy it. We won’t say much more, just watch it and see for yourself!

Fun fact, on the topic of the album, guitarist Jade Puget said:

Originally, we wanted just have it self-titled because it’s been 10 records and AFI has never had a self-titled record. But because the album artwork has these three blood drops on the front, we just started calling it The Blood Album. So people started thinking it was the actual title, and because we didn’t want to confuse anyone, we made it official.

You can watch the video below.

Due for release on January 27th, AFI (The Blood Album) will be the band’s first studio album in nearly four years, since Burials in 2013.



AFI announce tour in support of “The Blood Album”

California punk/rock legends AFI will embark on a North American tour in January and February of next year in support of their self-titled new album, aka The Blood Album. Support on this trek will come from Nothing, The Chain Gang of 1974 and Souvenirs on selected dates, which can be found below.

Due for release on January 27th, AFI (The Blood Album) will be the band’s first studio album in nearly four years, since Burials in 2013.



AFI to release “AFI (The Blood Album)” in January

After months of rumors and teasers, California punk/rock legends AFI have just announced they will release their long-awaited tenth studio album AFI (The Blood Album) on January 20th, 2017.

The album’s track listing and two songs from it, “Snow Cats” and “White Offerings”, can be found below.

AFI (The Blood Album) will be AFI’s first studio album in nearly four years, since Burials in 2013.



AFI tease first album in three years

Last June, we reported that AFI were working on their long-awaited follow-up to 2013’s Burials, but as of late, the band has been posting cryptic videos on their Instagram page since last Monday in anticipation of the record. They also released a picture with three red tears on a black-and-red background via Facebook page, and announced that they will be teasing something on Friday, October 28th, midnight eastern.

In addition to the teasers, AFI released a 43 second song called “O-“, which features the same three tears as the single art, although the tears are red on a dark background, whereas on the Instagram post, they were black on a red background. They also put the song on a playlist simply entitled “BLOOD”. You can check it out below.

When the new AFI album will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.



Jimmy Eat World detail new album “Integrity Blues”, announce world tour dates

Arizona legends Jimmy Eat World have revealed the artwork and track listing of their upcoming album Integrity Blues, which will be released on October 21st via RCA and will be the band’s first record since 2013’s Damaged. The album’s track listing can be seen below.

Starting tomorrow, just before the release of Integrity Blues, Jimmy Eat World will embark on a two-month tour of the UK, Europe and the United States. The dates and locations are below as well.



Jimmy Eat World tease new album

Arizona legends Jimmy Eat World have revealed a teaser video of what appears to be news of a brand new upcoming album. So far, the only thing fans are getting is an instrumental clip and some video footage on the band’s website, which prompts visitors to leave their email addresses and “stay tuned.” You can take a look at the clip here.

We will keep you updated as more details surrounding this release come to light.

Jimmy Eat World’s latest album, Damaged, was released in June 2013 via RCA Records.



Hunter Burgan teases future AFI shows

AFI bassist Hunter Burgan recently posted a picture on his Instagram and Twitter accounts, saying that he can’t wait to play shows again. These posts indicate that AFI may no longer be on hiatus, and could have a tour or some shows in the works.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on AFI’s future come to light. Almost a year has passed since AFI went on hiatus. Since then, the band has been showing signs of activity under the AFI name taking place this year, including working on new music for the follow-up to 2013’s Burials.



Brand New, The Front Bottoms & Modern Baseball announce US tour

Brand New, The Front Bottoms, and Modern Baseball have announced they will be touring the US together this fall. All of the dates and locations can be found below.

Brand New’s latest album Daisy was released in 2009 on Interscope Records, while The Front Bottoms’ Back on Top came out in 2015 through Fueled By Ramen. Modern Baseball released Holy Ghost earlier this year on Run For Cover Records.



Jade Puget says AFI are working new music

In a recent interview with Agressive Tendencies, AFI guitarist Jade Puget confirmed that the band has been working on new music, but cannot give definitive details regarding release dates. You can watch the interview below.

AFI’s most recent studio albums Burials was released in 2013. The band went on hiatus last summer, but the band members have since discussed their plans to return with a new album this year.



Hunter Burgan teases new AFI music

AFI bassist Hunter Burgan posted a picture of a handwritten music sheet on his Instagram account, which indicates that the band is now working on new material for their next album, which will be their first since 2013’s Burials.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from AFI come to light. The band went on hiatus last summer, but the band members have since discussed their plans to return with a new album this year.



Jawbreaker are not reuniting

Jawbreaker drummer Adam Pfahler has addressed rumors of a reunion on the band’s Facebook page, explaining that he was indeed talking about the possibility of bringing the legendary California punk band together, but was not hinting at immediate plans for it. He explains:

“I spoke very frankly about the possibility of a reunion at the Giant Robot Dear You 20th anniversary instore last month. But I was not hinting that we had immediate plans to do so. Just said that we’d talked about it, played and actually got pretty close a few years back. But it was not to be. Trust me, I’d be the first to break that kind of news…”

Jawbreaker broke up in 1996, shortly after the release of Dear You. Although the band has never officially reformed, the members of Jawbreaker got together a year ago working on a documentary called Don’t Back Down.



Adam Pfahler says Jawbreaker are in talks of reuniting

In a recent interview, Jawbreaker drummer Adam Pfahler revealed that he and his bandmates have been practicing together, and are considering a reunion after 20 years apart. He states:

“We’ve totally talked about it, and everyone is excited about it, but it’s gotta be right. It’s gotta be cool. It’s gotta be just right. All the money in the world isn’t gonna make that happen. Everyone’s just gotta be right there with it.”

A video of Adam discussing the possibility of a reunion can be viewed below.

Jawbreaker broke up in 1996, shortly after the release of Dear You. Although the band has never officially reformed, the members of Jawbreaker got together a year ago working on a documentary called Don’t Back Down.