The progressive band from Norway unleashes its darker side on its fourth album.
The third album from the singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and season one competitor on The Voice coincides with the launch of a full U.S. tour.
On 2013’s Bye Bye 17, Sean Tillmann metamorphosed his Har Mar Superstar act from a tongue-in-cheek, dirty-minded R&B sleazoid into something much more soulful and sincere. His new album, produced by Julian Casablancas, progresses further down that path.
Fueled by the memory of his late guitarist and the power of his new medical marijuana card, the Ministry frontman taps into his zanier side for a new project dripping with sarcasm, pummeling grooves and even some hints at his band’s early synth-pop days.
As if they weren’t already spending enough time together, the AFI frontman and guitarist indulge in their childhood love of electronic music as Blaqk Audio. Puget talked to us about the project’s origins, his love of Depeche Mode and his dance skills.
As the sole remaining original member from the band’s most commercially-successful era, Martin talks about what it takes to keep the band going, the delicate balance of blending the expected old material with less familiar new songs, and why he’s glad it doesn’t take months to make an album anymore.
In advance of his upcoming Comedy Central special, Not Special, Soder guides us through 11 of the best lesser-heard tracks from the high desert groove rock band.
As the band releases a new live recording from a series of shows in Las Vegas, the Starchild also shared his thoughts on how to set a good example, sharing music with his children and the music artifacts that inspire him.