The Boston Phoenix has today a list of the best emo songs of all time. The publication lays out 100 tracks, headlined by My Chemical Romance and featuring many other AP.net favorites. Check out the list and weigh in with your thoughts in the replies.
Matt Skiba never seems to stop making music. When he has free time from Alkaline Trio, he keeps busy with one of several side projects. For his latest, dubbed Matt Skiba and The Sekrets, he recruited Jarrod Alexander of My Chemical Romance and Hunter Burgan of AFI. The band's full-length debut, Babylon, will be released on May 8 via Superball Music. Hit the replies to watch an exclusive video of Skiba discussing the project, its members and the music.
Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba has announced another new project called Matt Skiba And The Sekrets. The group also has AFI's Hunter Burgan and My Chemical Romance's Jarrod Alexander, will release Babylon later this year.
Tim Armstrong (Rancid) has been working on a musical series entitled RockNRoll Theater. The pilot episode will feature Davey Havok (AFI), Lars Frederiksen, Fishbone, Robert David Hall (CSI) and more. Head to the replies to watch the trailer.
We've been able to confirm that AFI have not broken up. It appears an account on their online message board was hacked; however, AFI are still a band. We'll keep this post updated with any new news we find.
Stellar Corpses will release Dead Stars Drive-In on January 24, 2012 via Santa Carla Records. The album was produced by Joe McGrath and will feature guest spots from Hunter Burgan and Jade Puget of AFI and Michale Graves (ex-Misfits).
AFI frontman Davey Havok sits down with Mark on the latest episode of Hoppus on Music this Friday, February 25, at 11/10c on Fuse TV. Fitz & the Tantrums will also be performing on the show. Video clips and more info in the replies.
924 Gilman's rent will be increasing drastically this July and you can find out how you can help here. Over the years many bands like Green Day, Operation Ivy and AFI got their start by playing shows there.
LA-based rock outfit Scarlet Grey will be joining AFI for a couple tour dates in March. The band will be supporting their new EP Fancy Blood, which will be available exclusively at the shows until its official release in April. Tour dates can be found in the replies.
02) Darling, I Want to Destroy You
03) Beautiful Thieves
04) I Am Trying Very Hard to Be Here
05) Veronica Sawyer Smokes
06) It Was Mine
08) OK, I Feel Better Now
09) Too Shy to Scream
10) Cold Hands
11) Torch Song
12) End Transmission