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AFI played its first show in four years on Tuesday night (September 10th) at the Troubadour club in Los Angeles, with a barrier needed at the front of the club for the first time to keep the intense fans under control during the hour-plus set. According to Rolling Stone, AFI singer Davey Havok told the audience, "Thank you for still caring," before the band previewed songs from its new record, Burials, including first single "I Hope You Suffer" and "17 Crimes."
In addition to the new material, the group ran through favorites such as "Beautiful Thieves," "Miss Murder" and "Silver And Cold."
Burials, AFI's ninth studio album, will be out October 22nd. It's the band's first album with Republic Records and follows up 2009's Crash Love.
The group will kick off a North American tour Thursday night (September 12th) in Minneapolis.