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Ben Hanson and Jeff Cork are joined by Brandon Cruz to cover one, mediocre episode from The Twilight Zone's second season.
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson discuss the big reveal of AFI's next full album.
My quest alongside Jeff Cork to discuss all things relating to the band AFI have led us to this recent side-project from two members of AFI called XTRMST. As a straight-edge, hardcore experiment, XTRMST might give some AFI fans hope of listening to a screaming Davey Havok once again.
Ben Hanson and Jeff Cork break down Davey Havok and Jade Puget's straight-edge, hardcore side-project called XTRMST.
We're back with a new episode of the AFI-analysis podcast A Fire Inside Out! We've done the impossible, we've seen frontman Davey Havok in the flesh. Yesterday I dragged co-host Jeff Cork to see a Blaqk Audio at the Turf Club in the Twin Cities and then dragged him back into our recording studio to talk about the experience.
The AFI-analysis podcast is back! Join Ben Hanson and Jeff Cork as they take a look at side-project Blaqk Audio's CexCells and Bright Black Heaven albums.
Video producer Ben Hanson breaks down the highlights of some of Game Informer's video content throughout the last year.
After a couple of tangential bonus episodes, we're getting back to the meat and potatoes with our AFI podcast. On this episode, Jeff Cork and I mop up every song by the band AFI that we might have missed on our album-focused episodes.
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson finish off breaking down every AFI song by covering their rare songs and forgotten songs throughout the years.
Hey 'buddy! We're back! Jeff Cork and I return from the shadows and are ready to air another episode of our podcast covering the highlights of the band AFI's career. On this bonus episode, we're covering the band's appearances on the radio show Loveline with Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew.
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson take a twist with this bonus episode of our AFI podcast by covering the band's appearance on the relationship advice call-in show Loveline.
While Jeff Cork and I were recording our analysis of each and every AFI album released, my main stop for research was the AFI News Headquarters. It's a great fan site that chronicles all things AFI, with news stories, links to all of their interviews, and a ton more. For this week's episode, we wanted to pick some of the minds behind the site and talk about the evolution of AFI's community. From the days of the Despair Faction to the blog sites of today, AFI fans are a diverse bunch so there was much to discuss with Mary and Dan.
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson talk to AFI superfans that help run the AFI News Headquarters fan site about the evolution of the band's community.
After repeatedly promising some heavy-hitting interviews for our AFI podcast, we've come out swinging on our first bonus episode with a surprise appearance by AFI's bassist Hunter Burgan. As bizarre as it might seem, Hunter listened to some episodes of the show and was kind enough to chat with us for over two hours about the band's history and evolution.
On this very special episode of the podcast, we're joined by AFI's bassist Hunter Burgan for an in-depth interview on the band's history.
We've come to the end of the road. Jeff Cork and I have discussed each and every AFI album. The good news is that the show must go on, just because we ran out of mainline AFI albums doesn't mean that we don't have more topics to blather on about endlessly. This week we're covering 2013's Burials, the latest and darkest album from AFI's career. How does it compare to our surprise affection for 2009's Crash Love?
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson finish off their run of discussing every AFI album with a deep, dark dive into 2013's Burials.
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson are up to the year 2009 in their unending quest to analyze and discuss the band AFI's entire career. This week we're taking a look at Crash Love, the more rock-focused album that significantly stands out as a new and more focused sound for the band.
Jeff Cork and Ben Hanson continue their journey discussing each and every AFI album by covering the 2009 album Crash Love.