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Reviews Album review: AFI – Bodies

Goth-punk heroes AFI continue to mature and change on curious 11th album, Bodies.

Features 12 beloved albums celebrating important anniversaries in June 2021

Just a handful of the big rock and metal albums reaching massive milestones this month…

Features The 29 greatest songs about vampires

In honour of World Dracula Day, we count down the 29 vampiric songs that suck the hardest

The News AFI show their evolution on striking new single, Tied To A Tree

Guitarist Jade Puget calls new single Tied To A Tree an exemplification of the evolution” of AFI.

Features 11 movements in rock that everyone should have seen coming

We look back over 11 cultural shifts in rock music that now seem pretty obvious in hindsight…

The News AFI share two new songs, Dulcería and Far Too Near

AFI release Dulcería – which was co-written by Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan – and Far Too Near from upcoming album Bodies.

Features “Everything ends. And my endings tend to be eternal”: Inside the heart of Davey Havok and AFI’s new chapter

As AFI unveil their new album Bodies, Davey Havok reveals the warring dualities – the dark and the light, the old and the new, the painful endings and the hopeful beginnings – at the heart of their forthcoming release, and what it tells us about himself…

The News AFI announce upcoming album Bodies, release two new songs

Listen to AFI’s double-whammy of new songs – Looking Tragic and Begging For Trouble – taken from their upcoming 11th studio album Bodies.

The News AFI have released two new songs, Twisted Tongues and Escape From Los Angeles

Listen to AFI’s first new music since 2018’s The Missing Man EP: the very awesome Twisted Tongues and Escape From Los Angeles.

The News AFI are teasing a new single for this Friday

Listen to a snippet of AFI’s new single, due out on January 15 via Rise Records.

Features The 40 best punk albums since Never Mind The Bollocks…

A year-by-year walk through of the 40 best albums since the release of Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols in 1977.

Features 30 albums to get excited for in 2021

We look ahead to the most important albums coming our way over the next 12 months – from titans of metal to underground heroes