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In last week‘s This American Life episode, host Ira Glass narrated a scene and mentioned that heavy metal began to play. That “heavy metal” music was actually “Totalimmortal”.
This American Life is currently the top podcast on iTunes with 10 years of syndication.
Someone tell Glass to brush up on their musical genres.
UK-based band Creeper, who have openly stated they are heavily influenced by AFI, has mentioned the band again in a new interview. Listen to members Will and Ian discuss their love for the band here.
Yep, you read that right. On December 29, 1993, AFI covered “Ronnie Was A Rebel” by Chaos UK at the Phoenix Theater to be included in a tape called System Failure Volume 1. As of now, there is no footage available of the full song. Therefore, this makes it the rarest AFI song to ever be recorded and released.
There’s a myriad of songs we’ve only seen a handful of times that we want to see again. In our latest listicle, we choose the top songs we’d like to see performed more often. AFI, if you’re reading this, take notes.
We know you’ve been waiting for news on AFI with bated breath. We have too. To hold us over, Hunter has released a statement on the whereabouts of the band giving us a brief update.
In his website update, Hunter revealed that he has finished a sequel to Success!? and that it will be available soon.
Additionally, he stated he’s been working on a new musical side project with friends that he’s “very excited about”.
We’ll keep you updated on developments.
Hunter and Ted have officially decided to close shop on Post War Science. Read a statement below from the Hunter on his reasoning behind ending his clothing line.
On Saturday, Davey made a surprise appearance at The Witch Was Right’s show in Anaheim, California to perform “S.K.Y” with the band. View a video of the performance after the jump.