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From his ever-evolving, always-interesting appearance to unique and unmistakable vocals, AFI frontman Davey Havok excretes charisma.But when the vocalist answers the phone in his Portland hotel room, he sounds like the life has been sucked out of him. “It's pretty brutal, there's not much you can do about it,” he continues in a soft tone.Our approach is much more focused and methodical now that we're so well versed in the recording process." It’s clear that AFI are operating as a harmonious unit; they have the ‘all for one, one for all’ gang mentality that only the strongest of bands are able to nurture and maintain.The current line-up has been preserved since 1998, an impressive feat by anyone’s standards, but Havok points out a practical reason why the band have stayed together this long.“Themes of panic and anxiety and betrayal that you hear running through the record came from personal experience.When we were writing the record there was really nothing else to write about because it was so present and so permanent in my life at the time.” When queried on specifics of the turmoil fuelling the record, Havok shies away.
After gaining some popularity in their absence, AFI played a reunion show at the Phoenix Theater for several hundred fans.
Following the good reception from the fans, they decided to reunite and record an album.
In 1995, the band's first album Answer That and Stay Fashionable was released on Wingnut Records and in 1996, their second album Very Proud of Ya was released on Nitro Records.
Three seconds after the song “Conformist” ended, my friend in the backseat felt the immediate need to defend himself. Inhale, hold it in / Let the deterioration begin” hit him hard as he held an e-cigarette.
“I don’t smoke to be cool,” he said sadly before trailing off with, “I just…” and the conversation ended there.
Stopholese suggested that his friend, Adam Carson, might be able to fill the role of drummer because he owned a drum set. After high school, the band broke up when its members left for college.