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.

AFI Release “I Hope You Suffer”


After months of cryptic videos and one weird email with lyrics, AFI have finally released their first new song in four years, “I Hope You Suffer.” The song will be featured on the band’s upcoming ninth studio album, which as of right now, does not have an official title yet (we think it might just be called A Fire Inside, but knowing Davey, don’t assume).

The song will be officially released for download on July 23, but for now you can listen to the track below.

While this might be the band’s first official new song since their last album CrashLove, they will have a new song feature on the highly anticipated film adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s novel, The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones titled, “17 Crimes.”