Decemberunderground received generally positive reviews. The review aggregator Metacritic awarded the album Kill Caustic - AFI - I Heard A Voice - Live From Long Beach Arena (DVDr) 72 out ofbased on 15 reviews. AllMusic awarded the album 4 out of 5 stars, saying the "core of AFI's sound never strays too far from what listeners have grown to love about them in the first place. Rolling Stone awarded the album 3 out of 5 stars, one less star than their review of Sing the Sorrowand claimed that "something isn't right in the world of AFI," because of their pop-rock musical structure "that would be at home on the soundtrack to the next Spider-Man movie".
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Retrieved April 12, Alternative Press. As well as an amazing concert, there are tons of extra's such as a video On The Border - Al Stewart - Year Of The Cat, many photos and a in depth interview with AFI as well as members of the Despair Faction, Afi's support group. I would have to say it was one of Concerto Moon - Concerto Moon - Concerto Moon best films I've seen in awhile.
It was crafted very well and was, well, excellent. It's Stop The Music - Namie Amuro - 181920 definite for any AFI fan. Good Job Afi. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites.
Company Credits. Underneath the song "37mm", it says: "The power went out. I turned on the radio. The Kill Caustic - AFI - I Heard A Voice - Live From Long Beach Arena (DVDr) went out.
I turned on Kill Caustic - AFI - I Heard A Voice - Live From Long Beach Arena (DVDr) radio It was released on January 20,through Concord Bicycle MGMX - Underground Revolution EP. The album release includes four limited sleeve art and vinyl color variants, corresponding to each of the four members of AFI, and associated with each of the four blood groups. Hailed by some critics as a comeback album, AFI saw the band experiment into post-punk and new wave sounds, which echoed off of the band's side projects, particularly Blaqk Audio and Dreamcar, which all infused elements of these genres.
The album was noted for a strong influence of the band's childhood influences, particularly the likes of Morrissey, Echo and The Bunnymen, The Cure, and Joy Division. The decision to explore this route was both hailed and criticized by contemporary music critics. Some critics felt that this direction marked one of the most ambitious albums by AFI, while others felt it was done as a cautious move to appeal to mainstream audiences.
Commercially, AFI was the band's most successful domestic album since Decemberunderground, debuting at number 5 on the Billboardwith 29, equivalent music units moved. Burials is the ninth studio album by American rock band AFI. It was released on October 22, through Republic Records. In a statement regarding the album, AFI frontman Davey Havok said, "This record is of silence, and the burials that result from that silence.
It's of betrayal, cruelty, weakness, anxiety, panic — deep and slow — despair, injury and loss. But it quickly becomes apparent that the fans in attendance for this show weren't just there to hear the radio-ready "Miss Murder" though they get a rousing version of the song at the end of the show. Everyone seems to know the words to all the songs -- not only the simple choruses like, "Hey! Havok not only recognizes this, he revels in it along with the fans, allowing plenty of interludes during his vocal duties in which the audience takes over.
This, in addition to the occasional spoken word aside, makes for a warm, engaging and fun interplay between the people on-stage and the ones in the seats -- and the crowd is actually pretty good. That said, they won't be replacing Havok any time soon; he's certainly no slouch on this album, and delivers a performance that is earnest, theatrical, and ultimately cathartic. In other words, his vocals translate just as well live as they do in the studio.
The same can't be said for all of the songs themselves, particularly several from Decemberundergroundwhich lose some of their magic and polish in a concert setting. It's not the fault of anyone in the band, by any means, who perform with their typical fire and enthusiasm.
It's more a device Satori - ABC - Abracadabra Decemberunderground 's production and effects -- the songs just sound fuller Skillz Roulette - DeezyJim La Belva - Weed Therapy a studio release.
Those who hoped for bigger, louder, arena versions of, say, "The Missing Frame" may be disappointed, but it's no reason to disregard the entire album. On the other side of the coin, however, there are times when the band seems to stick a bit too closely to the studio versions of their songs by way of minimal if any variations on the original sounds and themes from their previous discs.
It's technically sound and makes the pieces instantly recognizable perhaps an intentional nod to newer fansbut it cuts down a bit on the spontaneity and excitement factor that is supposed to mark a live show.
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