AFI Begin Teasing

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  1. Melody Bot

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  2. honkytonk

    Narcissism on narcotics

    Nice! Burials was solid. Definitely anticipating this.
     
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  3. ManBearPuig

    Newbie

    Love AFI and Burials was good but it didn't have any staying power beyond the first few weeks.
     
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  5. disambigujason

    Formerly js977 Supporter

    liked burials a lot aside from a couple stinkers. i felt like STS and DU were a good pair, as were CL and Burials, so i wouldn't be surprised to hear another change.
     
  6. Dirty Sanchez

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    Did they sign to Hopeless or something?
     
  7. Chase Tremaine

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    Wow. Totally forgot that there's an AFI album I never listened to. Last thing I listened to was, uhhhh, Crash Love? Yeah? I should give Burial a much overdo listen.
     
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  8. Dirty Sanchez

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    It's gud.
     
  9. Chase Tremaine

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  10. tdlyon

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    Honestly didn't expect new AFI anytime soon but very stoked for this
     
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  11. Chase Tremaine

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  12. celluloid dreams

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  13. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    So excited, I'm a die hard fan but did not like Burials, and positively adore "Crash Love". It sounds and feels towering. Very, very curious to see where Davey and co. decide to go from here. Because it WILL be different, it's AFI! Blaqk Audio's new album is excellent, and their live show is as good as AFI's. I have a successful electronic project I started purely after being enchanted by BA's set, they inspired me that much.
     
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  15. gbuffers

    England.

    I'm hopelessly waiting for an announcement
     
  16. JamesMichael

    Web, Designer & Marketer Prestigious

    Love this band. Burials was awesome. If they continue down the path they were taking they are on the right track for sure.
     
  17. skaorsk8

    Newbie

    Can we please focus on the Davey/Tony Kanal/Adrian Young/Tom Dumont album? What's the status on that project?
     
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  18. Eric Wilson

    Trusted Supporter

    Looking forward to some new music!
     
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  19. skurt

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    The video looks like its using the Decemberunderground colour scheme, 10 year tour maybe?
     
  20. slimfenix182

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    Yeah I actually love Crash Love. Burials wasn't bad at all to me but I struggle to remember how most of the songs go on there. Mostly found it very forgettable.
     
  21. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    Bleed black?
     
  22. LessThanTrevor

    Vocals & Guitar for Less Than A Sea Prestigious

    The way this was worded makes me think they've signed to Hopeless Records. We shall wait and see.
     
  23. DallasSF

    Newbie

    That'd be cool, but it's a new record.
     
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  24. skurt

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    Hopefully both
     
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  26. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Completely agree, Burials was...weird. I think the song was called "Wild", where Jade literally programmed Western and ray-gun sounds into it. Cool...but didn't fit. And the singles, I'm with you, can't even remember 'em. Speaking of Crash Love, that had some of the best b-sides of any album I've heard IMHO.
     
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  27. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    It still kills me I never saw "emo as all hell"-era AFI live. Loved Davey's crazy aesthetic!