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Stephy’s first concert at the tender age of 8 was Rob Zombie at the original Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel in Vegas, where she happily threw horns up and sang along to "Dragula" with the best of them ( she incidentally loves horror films too! She performed with the VGA choir at the 2007 Video Game Awards show at Mandalay Bay when it was hosted by Samuel L Jackson, sharing the stage with the likes of Foo Fighters as well as Kid Rock.
An LVA alum, when she isn’t singing or playing herself (she plays a few different instruments), she is out in support of the local scene and at her friends gigs around the southwest and even when she is back home in Illinois!
After 25-years and ten albums, A Fire Inside is still burning stronger than ever, and showing no signs of going out anytime soon.
In an oddly morbid but still light-hearted chat, Havok tells us that — pending his own death (and maybe not even then) — AFI will probably be around for as long as The Rolling Stones.
The two first singles off of the track, "I Hope You Suffer" and "17 Crimes", while slightly promising, did not have the same allure as the band's singles from previous albums. Now, I am not sure who the hell hurt Davey, but the lyrical content of this song alone seriously is a knife to the heart with opening lyrics, "Am I coy enough? " Davey has led a pretty private life, so I naturally have always been curious as to what brings on lyrics such as this.
So far, we have heard two singles off of the 14 track upcoming album; "Snow Cats" and "White Offerings". "Snow Cats" begins with Jade Puget's gorgeous guitar work, similar to , I have to admit that I enjoy the much darker albums.
She has written as well as done some photography previously for a couple of smaller zines including Vegas Sound Z when it was in print.
"The vocals are raw and the main vocal in every song is the first take."Puget continues, "These songs are the purest expression of emotion, with no thought towards commerce or accessibility.
It's always a thrill when Nick 13 joins the AFI guys, especially if you have had the pleasure of seeing them do "A Single Second" live. Then there is the Davey angsty yelliness that only he can do.