A snapback hat and keychain have been added to the merch store. The snapback features the current logo on the front of the cap and costs $30. The keychain features the current logo on one side and the 17 Crimes single artwork on the other and costs $10. Check out these and other merch items here.
Live In Limbo reviewed the Toronto show and praised the band’s energy, saying getting there early was worth it watch the band’s set. Check out the full review here.
Audience reception to AFI’s energetic and aggressive sound was surprisingly tepid on opening numbers “The Leaving Song Pt. II” and Sing the Sorrow (2003) single “Girl’s Not Grey”, though things did pick up as the California four-piece continued to plug away at it – no doubt spurred on by vocalist Davey Havok’s stage presence, repeatedly getting into the crowd to up the energy.
As many of you know, I had the chance to sit down and chat with Adam in Mansfield, MA, last weekend. Interviewing Adam never gets old for us, he always has well thought out answers and replies articulately to questions. He also knows AFI history extremely well (as one would hope), offering insight into the band’s early years. You can listen to the full audio below.
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