You can check out our new interview with Joel Birch of The Amity Afflictionhere. The band's stellar brand new album, Let The Ocean Take Me, is streaming here.
Yeah, it wasn’t meant to, I was going to be writing other stuff, then Warped Tour happened and I kind of found myself back in pretty much the same place as I was for Youngbloods. I wrote all the new songs in a bit more personal way than they were on Chasing Ghosts.
Vocalist Joel Birch (The Amity Affliction) has written an open letter to fans in regards to the lyrical content found on the band's current single,"Don't Lean On Me". You can read more about it in our interview, which will be posted soon.
You can check out our interview with The Amity Afflictionhere, who are currently finishing up the Vans Warped Tour. If you missed them on the tour, you can have another chance to see them later on this year.
Another Warped Tour ... another year of beef between bands. The Amity Affliction frontman, Joel Birch, is caught on video (in the replies) openly berating Memphis May Fire's vocalist Matty Mullins. It appears it may have had something to do with this tweet?
During The Amity Affliction's set at Warped Tour in Portland a few days ago, the band's drummer sustained an injury while performing. A piece of his drumstick chipped off going right into his cornea which caused a cut and required immediate eye surgery. The band did not perform at today's Warped Tour set in San Diego however they are expected to return in Pomona tomorrow. Chad from Glass Cloud will fill in behind the kit for the rest of the tour. We wish Ryan from The Amity Affliction a speedy recovery.
Today we're lucky enough to bring you The Amity Affliction's brand new lyric video for "Open Letter." Jump to the replies to give it a peek and don't forget to check out our recent interview with the band as well!