AFI music video

2013-07-30 by Brad Acord | 19 Comments
AFI released their music video for their new single 'I Hope You Suffer' earlier today. 'I Hope You Suffer' is the first single off their upcoming album Burials which is scheduled to be released October 22nd via Republic Records.

The new music video can be seen on the bands website posted below:
http://www.afireinside.net

Tagged: AFI

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Mickeymau5
July 30th 2013
1614 Comments


: [ I miss old Afi

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
July 30th 2013
29566 Comments


love new afi

Feather
July 30th 2013
2953 Comments


afi has been great from black sails on in my opinion. 3 news articles put on the site in 24 hours... I feel special.

Feather
July 30th 2013
2953 Comments


anyway, video is well shot but pretty boring.

CutMan
July 30th 2013
1887 Comments


So hyped for this album.

Acanthus
July 30th 2013
9808 Comments


Didn't really enjoy the video, most of the ones in this vein (just the band playing) don't do much for me. Looking forward to seeing them live though, especially since the tour date is before the release of the new album; curious to see how that pans out.

Skoj
July 30th 2013
1598 Comments


Like the new song, Burials should be best record since StS. Doesn't say much, though,

tomr4
July 30th 2013
192 Comments


love it.

ChineseWhispers89
July 30th 2013
39 Comments


Killer song and the video fits the mood perfectly.

Foxhound
July 31st 2013
4570 Comments


i didnt like it

XingKing
July 31st 2013
11873 Comments


I like this song but jesus, what a horrible video. It's like Davey went out of his way to make sure he looked as unnatural and fake as possible with his lipsyncing

DrGonzo1937
July 31st 2013
11730 Comments


Actually thought that was ok. Pretty different change of sound from what I used to know them as though.

chug73
July 31st 2013
2200 Comments


AFI sound like hipster music now
This band does not age. Jade had that same haircut when I was 16/17 and the other dudes look exactly the same. Davey isn't doing that whole androgynous thing anymore thought which is good.

FadedSun
July 31st 2013
1536 Comments


This doesn't sound like "hipster" music at all.

DrGonzo1937
July 31st 2013
11730 Comments


Honestly enjoyed this more that the last couple of albums they've done. Hopefully the album will hold up to this standard.

Lucid
July 31st 2013
7320 Comments


like the song to my surprise

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 31st 2013
5430 Comments


"sounds like evanescence with a transsexual chad kroeger" -hepatitis kat

Mabbitt
July 31st 2013
1477 Comments


Love the new song. Not sure if I want to watch the video, not really too fond on music videos,
especially ones of just the band performing.

By the way, all AFI albums are enjoyable in their own way, but Black Sails - Sing The Sorrow is the
best era.

Edit: just watched the video, it was cool. It was just shots of the band, but at least they used
decently creative shots instead of boring, typical ones.

Nikkolae
July 31st 2013
5089 Comments


no Oh's ? this is not the AFI i remember : (



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