Davey Havok Moved By AFI’s New Album ‘Crash Love’

AFI talked with Fuse On Demand about the making of their latest album ‘Crash Love’. “For me, this AFI record has had the greatest impact of any AFI record that we’ve created has had on me as an invidual,” Davey Havok explained. “When listening to this record for the first time, it really moved me in a way that records in the past haven’t.” Watch the comments via YouTube below.

Green Day And AFI Tour Dates


AFI announced they will hit the road supporting Green Day for a late summer tour beginning August 3rd, the first time the two bands from northern California have toured together. AFI has been touring in support of their recent release, ‘Crash Love’, and will also be headlining Bamboozle Left this coming Saturday (March 27) in Anaheim, California. For fans who can’t make it to Bamboozle, check out AFI’s tourdates with Green Day below and keep checking AFireInside.net as new dates will be added soon.

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AFI ‘Beautiful Thieves’ Video


AFI (A Fire Inside) are out with the video to their new single ‘Beautiful Thieves’, from the Ukiah, California alternative rock group’s eighth studio album ‘Crash Love’, out now on Interscope Records. Watch the Travis Kopach directed video via YouTube below.

AFI Video Chat

AFI video chat February 11

AFI is inviting fans to submit questions about their new video for ‘Beautiful Thieves’, the song, their new album ‘Crash Love’ and/or anything AFI-related via facebook.com/afireinside. The band will answer selected questions during a live video chat taking place on 4:00 p.m. PST February 11. Fans can tune in then at their facebook to see if their questions are answered, while at the same time chatting live with members of AFI and fellow fans.

The February 11th event, hosted by livestream.com, will also feature the world premiere of a “Making of ‘Beautiful Thieves'”, a look at what went into making the newest AFI video featuring never seen before behind the scenes performance and interview footage.

AFI ‘Medicate’ Video

AFI 'Medicate'

AFI are out with the video to their new single ‘Medicate’, the first release from the Ukiah, California rock group’s eighth studio album ‘Crash Love’, out September 29th via Interscope. The song will also be featured on Guitar Hero 5. Watch the Paul Minor directed video via YouTube below.

AFI ‘Medicate’


AFI are out with their new single ‘Medicate’, the first release fromt he Ukiah, California rock group’s eighth studio album ‘Crash Love’, out September 29th via Interscope. The song will also be featured on Guitar Hero 5. Listen to the track via YouTube below.

AFI Go A New Direction, As Usual, With ‘Crash Love’

Davey Havok and his AFI bandmates

The crappy weather at Toronto’s Edgefest gave Eye Weekly an excuse to take shelter in the press tent and talk to AFI about their upcoming album ‘Crash Love’.

“We have just recently finished recording a new record,” Davey Havok explained. “As with all of our releases, it’s very different than the last release and it’s very different than the release before that. It’s hard for us to really step back at this moment in making a record at any point in any of the records and really describe to you what it is because we’re so close to it. But it definitely is a slight new direction but I don’t think that anybody would listen to it and not immediately recognize it as us at the same time.”

Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Expect More In-Your-Face Rock On AFI’s Next Album

Blender spoke with AFI bassist Hunter Burgan after he was awarded Top Music Twitter honors for his site Tranquil Mammoth at the 2009 Shorty Awards in Brooklyn. Asked about the band’s next album, Burgan responded, “In typical AFI fashion w’ere taking our time. We’ve been working on it in the studio or writing it for like a year and half. We’ve done an extensive amount of demo-ing, more so than we’ve ever done in the past. This is definitely more of a rock album—more immediate and definitely more of a focused, direct approach musically. Compared to [2006’s] ‘Decemberunderground’, where some of the songs were more subtle, these are more in-your-face. We expect to be done in time to tour on the record this summer. But whether or not it’s out, we’ll be on the road.”

A.F.I.: We Really Mean It

AFI frontman Davey Havok spoke with Australia’s Time Off magazine about what sets the Ukiah, California band apart from the rest. “I tend to think it’s a matter of fans being able to recognize the honesty in our music, recognize what we’re doing is really an expression of ourselves, and we do it because we love it, and really mean it,” Havok reasoned. “I think that comes through in the words and our live performances, and I think people gravitate towards that because in the end, what makes people passionate about something, or feel a real connection to something, is the authenticity of that art, no matter what it is.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.