AFI plays as if it’s conquering its demons by connecting with others who share the pain, and it’s that connection which ensures the group won’t be abandoned like countless other bands. “[The music is] a celebration of a dark place that’s not necessarily a bad place,” bassist Hunter tells Michael Tedder of the Kansas City Pitch. “You have to have balance even during the darkest of times. I’ve faced some sad moments in my life, times of loss or betrayal. That’s definitely channeled directly into the music.”
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