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AFI

AFI (short for 'A Fire Inside') gained most of their popularity at the end of the 1990's, but the band has been around since 1991. Formed inUkiah, California during high school, the early sound can be roughly described as Misfits inspired punk. After releasing their second EP, "Behind theTimes", AFI decided to disband and go to college, but later dropped out and reunited to record "Behind the Times" and manage to get a deal withNitro, the label of Offspring's Dexter Holland. In 1995 "Answer That and Stay Fashionable" is released there, as well as the follow up "Very Proudof Ya". Af ...read more

AFI (short for 'A Fire Inside') gained most of their popularity at the end of the 1990's, but the band has been around since 1991. Formed inUkiah, California during high school, the early sound can be roughly described as Misfits inspired punk. After releasing their second EP, "Behind theTimes", AFI decided to disband and go to college, but later dropped out and reunited to record "Behind the Times" and manage to get a deal withNitro, the label of Offspring's Dexter Holland. In 1995 "Answer That and Stay Fashionable" is released there, as well as the follow up "Very Proudof Ya". After line-up changes and the EP "A Fire Inside" (which followed "Shut Your Mouth And Open Your Eyes") the band established their own musicalprofile with "Black Sails in the Sunset" (1999). The lyrics got darker, and Dexter Holland appeared on the song "Clove Smoke Catharsis" as guestvocalist. After "All Hallows" and "The Art Of Drowning" the same Dexter Holland encouraged the band to leave Nitro and look for a bigger record label.Following this advice, AFI signed a contract with DreamWorks where their 2003 major debut "Sing the Sorrow" was released. But before thatalbum was released,another EP was released known as "336", which included "Now the World"which made it on "Sing the Sorrow Bonus Tracks"and "Reiver's Music", which was only released on that EP. "Sing the Sorrow"was produced by Butch Vig (Garbage, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins,Sonic Youth) the band presented their most ambitious album, which became a fairly good success in the USA. AFI will be releasing their new album, called Burials, on October 22nd. AFI is: Davey Havok - Vocals, Jade Puget - Guitars, Hunter Burgan - Bass, Adam Carson - Drums. « hide

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LPs
AFI (The Blood Album)
2017

3.1
246 Votes
Burials
10/22/2013

3.5
465 Votes
Crash Love
2009

3.2
831 Votes
Decemberunderground
2006

3.1
1,857 Votes
Sing the Sorrow
2003

4
2,089 Votes
The Art of Drowning
2000

4
1,219 Votes
Black Sails in the Sunset
1999

4
1,040 Votes
Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes
1997

3.6
477 Votes
Very Proud of Ya
1996

3.3
435 Votes
Answer That and Stay Fashionable
1995

3.4
476 Votes
EPs
The Missing Man
2018

3.7
117 Votes
336
2002

3.9
23 Votes
The Days of the Phoenix
2001

3.8
71 Votes
Black Sails
1999

3.8
84 Votes
All Hallow's E.P.
1999

4.1
679 Votes
A Fire Inside
1998

3.5
205 Votes
Fly in the Ointment
1995

3.3
4 Votes
Eddie Picnic's All Wet
1994

2.8
20 Votes
Behind the Times
1993

3.4
60 Votes
Dork
1992

3
49 Votes
Live Albums
I Heard a Voice CD
2007

3.2
69 Votes
I Heard a Voice DVD
2006

3.5
91 Votes
Compilations
AFI
2004

3.8
177 Votes

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