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I Heard A Voice by AFI

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I Heard A Voice

AFI

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Album

I Heard A Voice

AFI

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Label: Interscope
This captures AFI at the height of their powers, performing in front of 13,000 fans in 2006. Most of the songs are culled from their last two, more polished albums, but Davey Havok doesn't forget his hardcore roots, raging on the blistering "Kill Kaustic" and "A Single Second," which features Nick 13 from Tiger Army. However, it's on "Endlessly, She Said" where the band shines: Pulling its subject matter from a Poe tale, the song is phantasmagoric and haunted, depicting a fallen angel with a bruised heart.

About This Album

This captures AFI at the height of their powers, performing in front of 13,000 fans in 2006. Most of the songs are culled from their last two, more polished albums, but Davey Havok doesn't forget his hardcore roots, raging on the blistering "Kill Kaustic" and "A Single Second," which features Nick 13 from Tiger Army. However, it's on "Endlessly, She Said" where the band shines: Pulling its subject matter from a Poe tale, the song is phantasmagoric and haunted, depicting a fallen angel with a bruised heart.

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About This Album

This captures AFI at the height of their powers, performing in front of 13,000 fans in 2006. Most of the songs are culled from their last two, more polished albums, but Davey Havok doesn't forget his hardcore roots, raging on the blistering "Kill Kaustic" and "A Single Second," which features Nick 13 from Tiger Army. However, it's on "Endlessly, She Said" where the band shines: Pulling its subject matter from a Poe tale, the song is phantasmagoric and haunted, depicting a fallen angel with a bruised heart.