After an exciting surprise performance of “The Kill (Bury Me)” with rising alt artist KennyHoopla at When We Were Young Fest in October, Thirty Seconds To Mars has announced the Seasons World Tour 2024. Kenny will be joining the tour’s North American run as support alongside veteran punk-rockers AFI and Poppy. During Thirty Seconds To Mars’ second performance at WWWY Fest, KennyHoopla jumped on stage with the group for a breathtaking rendition of the band’s hit track “The Kill (Bury Me).” While fans certainly anticipated the band to bring “The Kill” to the festival stage, no one was ready for… Read more »
Rami Malek stars as Safin, a man who will stop at nothing to have his revenge. Even if that means killing millions.
We solemnly swear that we are up to [calling out] no good. This week’s Geek Girl Riot breaks down The Crimes of Grindelwald, the amount of POCrafice in TV and movies, and why marginalized people are often boxed in with tales of woe.
Listen Up! This time Brett, Katie, and Soon To Be Named come up with the official Brett Davern Show greeting. We learn a heck of a lot about Meghan, and chat with the band The Stash… enjoy!
Sit down… and listen to a band that is total East Bay Hardcore… or are they? AFI’s sound has had a massive change over the years most notably over the last 4 albums. I made the mistake of not sticking with them through all the changes. Listen with me as I rediscover how amazing these guys can be!… enjoy!
This week, Sherin, Erin, and Joi talk Star Trek: Discovery. Then, Monique launches new segment, Fashion Before Food, talking with costume designer Hope Hanafin about the upcoming film ‘Thank You For Her Service’ and more.
Say goodbye with Yellowcard’s final video, for the track “A Place We Set Afire”.
The bands announced in a press conference this morning that they will be touring together this summer on the Carnivores Tour.
AFI just announced a second run of headlining dates next year.
Listen to AFI’s new song “A Deep Slow Panic,” taken from their upcoming album Burials, out October 22.