AFI premieres new song

2016-11-30 by Jamie | 17 Comments
Hardcore punk turned pop rock band AFI have premiered a new track off their upcoming album 'AFI (The Blood Album)'.

The track, called "Aurelia", can be streamed off the BBC site.

The self-titled album drops January 20, 2017.

Listen to it at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04j51nj

Tagged: AFI

Comments:Add a Comment 
Stereochrome1
November 30th 2016
518 Comments


Dig the 80's Post-Punk/Cure vibes it has

sempiturtle
November 30th 2016
1030 Comments


Album's gonna be solid

OverSlyZed
November 30th 2016
164 Comments


Rock solid as always.

EvoHavok
November 30th 2016
7138 Comments


Moody but catchy, just as I like it from them.

Digging: Chelsea Wolfe - Hiss Spun

accompliceofmydeath
November 30th 2016
4582 Comments


Not what I was expecting based on the previous tracks, but I dug it.

ConcubinaryCode
November 30th 2016
4025 Comments


I like the tone they have set but I feel this lacked any sort of punch.

GreyShadow
November 30th 2016
1606 Comments


These have all been so short and I don't think its paying off in that sense since they feel a bit rushed and a tad lacking. Still, this is a really good track and probably my favorite of the bunch. As long as this is better than Burials, I'll be satisfied

FadedSun
November 30th 2016
1720 Comments


^ Agree with that. Well, Snow Cats seemed fine, but White Offerings and this song seem like they end too soon. Both tracks sound like they lead into other songs, though.

LightChaotic
December 1st 2016
106 Comments


A lot of the tracks on the album are on the short side judging from the tracklist on iTunes. But there are 14 tracks and none of them are intro or interlude short. I kind of like the short but sweet approach. It's refreshing. And from what I heard in the previews, the verses on this album are all gonna be sweet as fuck.

GreyShadow
December 1st 2016
1606 Comments


I feel like once this song got to the bridge I was like "woah this is really awesome" and then it just ends briefly after. I was really hoping it was just an extension to the chorus but oh well. Reminds me of 17 Crimes which is a good thing.

BallsToTheWall
December 1st 2016
48007 Comments


Great track.

Digging: Drowning With Our Anchors - You can never go home again

SweeneyTodd
December 1st 2016
1411 Comments


sounds like it could be a Sing the Sorrow B-side, dig it so much

Digging: You Love Her Coz She's Dead - You Love Her Coz She's Dead

Skoj
December 2nd 2016
1602 Comments


This is shaping up to be the record that, stylistically, should have come after StS.

MuhNamesTyler
December 2nd 2016
6173 Comments


Song is sweet

Hep Kat
December 21st 2016
995 Comments


They're back like dinosaurs in The Big Apple.

Just in time to save my life. Pretty rad.

Digging: Needles//Pins - Good Night, Tomorrow

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
December 22nd 2016
30667 Comments


got my tix

Hep Kat
December 23rd 2016
995 Comments


Here in THIS country, no tickee? No LAUNDRY



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





MOST VIEWED NEWS

R.I.P. Chester Bennington
R.I.P. David Bowie
The Story So Far's vocalist dropk..
The Fall of Troy bassist melts do..
R.I.P. Lemmy
Brand new Brand New Single
Deftones stream new single
Killswitch Engage debut new single
Scott Weiland dead at 48
Rush drummer retires



OTHER RECENT NEWS

WITTR stream Thrice Woven
New gory Cannibal Corpse video
Too Close to Touch share new sing..
New 10 Years song
Linkin Park announce memorial show
Red are 'Gone'
Archgoat's Eternal Damnation
Cash Me Ousside Girl gets record ..
New Black Rebel Motorcycle Club a..
New Cruxshadows Material
My Ticket Home get Hyperreal
Carnifex vs Virgin Trains
Zao Score Another Victory
Evanescence releases new song
2nd August Burns Red single

» see all news

RELATED REVIEWS
AFI
AFI (The Blood Album)
AFI
Burials
AFI
Crash Love
AFI
I Heard a Voice CD
AFI
I Heard a Voice DVD
FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2017 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy