Rolo Tomassi have matured a bit for Grievances, their fourth album which came out in 2015.
Another three year long wait for another AFI album, this time the band reboots itself and delivers a cleaner and more pure experience with Crash Love.
AFI have unleashed their tenth studio album, it's self-titled but also referred to as The Blood Album. Has the band progressed since their last album Burials, three years ago? Or is this just a blood clot?
Turns out the report back in July was true, From First To Last have released a brand new song with Sonny Moore called Make War. This is the first time in over a decade that Sonny Moore (aka Skrillex) has made music with From First To Last. Listen on Spotify now.
In 2003 AFI made a move to a new label and shift in sound with Sing The Sorrow.
AFI has been around for twenty six years now with a career now spanning ten full length albums and countless EPs. Most bands hardly manage to make it half as long or put out even a fraction of the work the band has. The Self-Titled (Blood Album) is poised to enter the stable of solid releases after an almost four year gap from their previous album Burials. So does the band still have the momentum to keep up with the high quality bar they set for themselves? Or have they run all out of blood?
Check out the footage from the Hot Gospel show including footage of Brock Landers and a special Me Vs I set.
It's been three and half long years since we've heard from the Koffin Kats and there's definitely been some changes. Most notably Tommy Koffin, the original guitarist, is now back in the back after an extended hiatus. The last album to feature Tommy Koffin on guitar was 2009's Forever For Hire which I felt like was one of their best albums. I felt like their last album and even the one before that, though not as much, strayed a bit away from what made the band great. It got away from the abstract and horror and was more focused in reality and in particular drinking. So is this album a welcome return to form? Or is it really the end times?