AFI Stream New Song


AFI’s new album, Burials is set to be released on October 22, but the band have released yet another song for fans. This time, the song is titled, “A Deep Slow Panic.”

This will be the band’s second song that they release from their new album, right after their first single, “I Hope You Suffer.” The most recent new song that they released, “17 Crimes’ was featured on The Mortal instruments: City of Bones Soundtrack.

“A Deep Slow Panic” can be seen below.

AFI’s last album was CrashLove was released back in 2009 and are in the midst of their current tour with Touche Amore and coming.


10/11-Philadelphia, PA              Theatre of Living Arts

10/12-Sayreville, NJ                   Starland Ballroom

10/14-Pittsburgh, PA                  Club Zoo

10/15-Cincinnati, OH                  Bogart’s

10/17-Houston, TX                      Warehouse Live

10/18-Austin, TX                          Mohawk

10/20-Tempe, AZ                         Marquee Theatre

10/22-Los Angeles, CA               Henry Fonda Theatre

10/23-San Diego, CA                    House of Blues

10/25-Pomona, CA                       Fox Theater

10/26-Las Vegas, NV                   House of Blues

10/28-Santa Cruz, CA                  The Catalyst

10/29-Reno, NV                            Knitting Factory

10/31-Portland, OR                      Roseland Theatre

11/1-Seattle, WA                            The Showbox at the Market

11/2-Vancouver, BC                     The Commodore Ballroom

AFI Release “17 Crimes”


AFI might have been able to keep the tracks to their new album secret until the release of their first single, “I Hope You Suffer.” After the song had been released, the band also let fans know that another new track that will be featured on the upcoming album, Burials would be featured on The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Soundtrack.

Today, the track titled, “17 Crimes” has made its way onto the internet through an audio video. Burials, the follow-up to 2009’s CrashLove, will be available on October 22, just in time for AFI to head out on tour with Touche Amore and Coming.

For now, check out the video for “17 Crimes” below:

AFI Release ‘Suffer’ Video


Last week, AFI revealed that they would be heading out on a North American tour in support of their new album, Burials. The first singe off of it, “I Hope You Suffer” premiered earlier this month and now the band have unveiled the official music video for the song.

The video encompasses what the band has been known for which is sticking to the dark side of things. The video also plays into the cryptic videos that they have been releasing for the past few month, when dropping hints about their “potential” new music. Instead of being overly dramatic like frontman Davey Havok is known for, the video goes more towards a simple, dark, and gritty look which still leaves you with chills down your arms.

Check out the full video below and tell us if you got chills from Havok’s voice.