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AFI’s Jade Puget Talks About Upcoming Album

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  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Alternative Press talked with AFI’s Jade Puget about their upcoming album.

    Yeah, definitely. The whole recording was different, especially with me stepping up to produce after all this time. I’d compose the entire song and demo it out before we hit the studio, so a lot of the production was done early on. Matt was awesome and we worked really well together—that whole thing was very different for me and very different for the band. In the studio, we tried to make it flow and work very naturally because we don’t love being in the studio. That’s the work part of it and we love the creative part, the writing, and the enjoyment part is going on the road. So I did the vocals with Davey [Havok], just he and I in a room together while the drums were being tracked. Dave and I have always just wanted to do the vocals just the two of us and make a record like that. It was awesome and I loved it.

  2. Joshua Diaz


    I'll still give the album a try but so far I couldn't get into the new singles.

    Verses seem so lazy and repetitive.
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  3. Supernova

    Prayers/Triangles Prestigious

    Super excited for this. Kind of irritated at myself at not jumping on the vinyl variants they sold as preorders.
  4. paythetab

    Chorus.FM Album Reviewer (Adam Grundy) Supporter

    Tour Dates announced!!

    AFI “The Blood Tour” 2017 Tour Dates

    1/20 — Los Angeles, Calif. — Troubadour*
    1/21 — Oakland, Calif. — Fox Theater*
    1/23 — Portland, Ore. — Roseland Theater*
    1/24 — Vancouver, British Columbia — Commodore Ballroom*
    1/25 — Seattle, Wash. — The Showbox*
    1/27 — Salt Lake City, Utah — The Depot*
    1/28 — Englewood, Colo. — Gothic Theatre*
    1/30 — Minneapolis, Minn. — First Avenue*
    1/31 — Chicago, Ill. — Riviera Theater*
    2/1 — Toronto, Ontario — Danforth Music Hall*
    2/3 — New York, N.Y. — Hammerstein Ballroom
    2/4 — Boston, Mass. — Paradise Rock Club**
    2/6 — Philadelphia, Pa. — Union Transfer**
    2/7 — Washington D.C. — 9:30 Club**
    2/8 — Baltimore, Md. — Rams Head Live
    2/10 — Orlando, Fla. — The Plaza Live**
    2/11 — Atlanta, Ga. — Buckhead Theatre**
    2/13 — Houston, Texas — White Oak Music Hall
    2/14 — Austin, Texas — Emo’s**
    2/15 — Dallas, Texas — South Side Music Hall**
    2/17 — Tempe, Ariz. — The Marquee**
    2/18 — Las Vegas, Nev. — The Joint**
    2/20 — San Diego, Calif. — Observatory North Park**
    2/21 — San Diego, Calif. — Observatory North Park**

    *Featuring special guest Chain Gang of 1974
    **Feature special guest Nothing
    All shows feature Souvenirs as the opener
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  5. disambigujason

    Trusted Supporter

    same. and when i went to look at the extra copies right after they released them, i never didn't get a sold out sign.