He actually thinks this one is lusher, more layered than their previous release, Crash Love, which came out four years ago and, to him, is a real “straightforward, rock record.” No, Havok is upset with himself, frustrated that he couldn’t pull away from the darkness long enough to write an album that didn’t focus solely on his personal pain.“It wasn’t that I didn’t want to make it personal,” Havok told a few weeks before the album was released.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.He worked for the AWA at 12 dates over a period of nine months, where they filmed all the television shows in one day.En este blog aparecerán reflejados comentarios de mis series de televisión favoritas de mi infancia.
Dallas Page (born Page Joseph Falkinburg on April 5, 1956), better known by his ring name Diamond Dallas Page (DDP), is an American semi-retired professional wrestler, fitness instructor, motivational speaker and actor.
and the only United States Heavyweight Champion to defend the title in a pay-per-view main event, defeating Bret Hart at the 1998 World War 3.
After WCW was sold in 2001, Falkinburg signed with the WWF where he made his pay-per-view debut in the main event of July's Invasion show, and went on to become a one-time WWF European Champion and one-time WWF World Tag Team Champion.
The frontman is disappointed by the tone of his band AFI‘s latest album, Burials, which is once again dark and gloomy.
But Havok– born David Marchand– isn’t disappointed in the songs that make up his band’s recently released record.