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The seminal '90s rockers are getting ready to release their first new album in 16 years.
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The Afghan Whigs will be showing off their new Sub Pop album in two months, titled Do To The Beast. Here is the final, official track listing: 1. Parked Outside 2. Matamoros 3. It Kills 4. Algiers 5. Lost in the Woods 6. The Lottery 7. Can Rova 8. Royal Cream 9. I Am Fire […]
by Bill Pearis still from "Algiers" video Afghan Whigs have released the first track from the band's anticipated comeback album, Do the Beast. "Algiers" is a dusty Spaghetti Western of a track, complete with castanets, tremeloed minor chords and twangy...
As I previously posted, in my April my friends in the Afghan Whigs will release their first new album in sixteen years, titled Do To The Beast.
The Afghan Whigs, who originally broke up in 2001, got back together a couple of years ago to tour, and now they’re getting ready to release Do To The Beast, their first new album in 16 years. The first song we’ve heard from the album is “Algiers,” a slow-burning strummer with a hint of Ennio [...]
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More news coming from the Afghan Whigs front, it’s a new song from the upcoming album Do The Beast (April 14th) titled “Algiers” and it’s got everything I could have hoped for in a new Afghan Whigs song. The best part about this first release though is the video, which has Greg Dulli as a [...]
well good fucking morning! here we have the first track off the whigs’ first record in 16 years, do the beast. its due out on subpop on 4.14. you have to have a spotify acct to listen, i believe, but i may be wrong. The post the afghan whigs’ “algiers” appeared first on Captains Dead.
Off their first LP in 16 years, Do To The Beast.
The Afghan Whigs are reconnecting with Sub Pop to release their first record in 16 years. Via The Line of Best Fit: The band originally formed in 1986 before splitting up in 2001. 2012 saw their subsequent reunion, with them now readying their follow-up to 1998?s 1965. Show More Summary
Bob Odenkirk was right. Today, Sub Pop confirmed that there is indeed a new Afghan Whigs record due out later this year, which would be the band’s first in 16 years. Do To The Beast is due out April 15, right around the band’s Coachella appearances, and will mark the band’s return to the Seattle indie label. Details are scarce, but that's the explosive album art is below.
In April, my old friends in the recently-reunited Afghan Whigs will release their first new album in sixteen years. It seems that the gentlemen have been reading up on Aleister Crowley as the record is titled "Do To The Beast" and the graphic on their Web site references Babalon, the Scarlet Woman from Crowley's Thelema system of magic.
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No, really — the Afghan Whigs have apparently recorded a new studio album, their first in 16 years. It’s entitled… Read More
Slow-burning Midwestern soul-grunge legends the Afghan Whigs broke up in 2001 and then reunited in 2012 for a whole lot of intense, fiery live shows (including one where they were Usher’s backing band). They also gave us a few random studio tracks, like their covers of Marie “Queenie” Lyons’s “See And Don’t See” and Frank [...]
Alt-rock titans reunite with Sub Pop Records for their seventh album.
As reported by indie rock blogger Bob Odenkirk on Friday, Afghan Whigs are fully back in action with a new album, their first in 16 years, to be released "soon." Pitchfork lets us know that album is called Do...