WATCH: Jack The Ripper Live (Sort Of)

Due to some tech difficulties in Nashville, there was an extended pause in between songs. During that time, Davey sang a few lines of "Jack The Ripper". View it here.

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WATCH: 37mm Live 

Courtesy of our friend Jacob, we have a full video of 37mm being performed live for the first time ever tonight in Atlanta. Enjoy it here.

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Senior Citizen Reacts to Love Like Winter Music Video 

"Is it AFI or Afee?" A popular YouTube channel with nearly 100k subscribers, where a senior citizen reviews music he's never heard of before, has reviewed the LLW music video and he has some favorable thoughts. 

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WATCH: “Anxious” Live

Shoutout to Jordan Nipper for providing a clip of "Anxious" being performed live for the first time ever in Cleveland.

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WATCH: “Who Knew?” Live

Head here to watch a clip of "Who Knew?" performed live for the first time. Read more

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Members of Calabrese Discuss AFI Back Catalogue

cal In the latest episode of their video Q&A series, members of the band Calabrese discuss the influence of AFI on their music, their favorite AFI tracks and favorite albums. Watch what they had to say here. AFI discussion begins around mid way through the video.

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Jade and Hunter Speak with AMBY

Jade and Hunter spoke with A Music Blog, Yea? back in the beginning of the year and the video interview is now live. Read more

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“Turn It Around” World Premiere Screening Announced

The East Bay punk documentary, produced by Green Day, that features interviews with Davey and footage of AFI at 924 Gilman has announced it's premiere date. Read more

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Australia, Listen to Triple J Tonight 

​ Australia, the guys want you to tune in to triple j Short. Fast. Loud tonight at 10pm AEST. ;)

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Jade Speaks with Ernie Ball

A great video interview with Jade has surfaced where he discusses learning guitar, string theory, the evolution of AFI's sound and more with Ernie Ball Guitars. 

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