You can now watch The Afghan Whigs’ latest video for “Matamoros,” the second single from the band’s critically acclaimed album Do to the Beast.
The Afghan Whigs performed “Matamoros” from Do to the Beast on Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
Watch The Afghan Whigs on Later with Jools Holland. Broadcast date: May 6, 2014.
The Afghan Whigs kicked off their Do to the Beast tour last night at Pioneertown CA’s Pappy and Harriets. Click for the setlist.
Butch Vig’s band Emperors of Wyoming have released a cover of the Afghan Whigs track “Rebirth of the Cool”. Click to stream.
Listen to the new album from The Afghan Whigs online at these international websites.
The Afghan Whigs have added four dates to their upcoming world tour in Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
The Afghan Whigs have announced the first eleven European tour dates in support of Do to the Beast.
Things have been busy with The Afghan Whigs as they ramp up to the release of Do To the Beast, the band’s first album of all new material in sixteen years. Today, they announced the video for “Algiers” as well as tour dates, track listing and pre-order information for the album and upcoming media appearances. I’ve copy/pasted the press release below for posterity. Update #1: Entertainment Weekly interview with Dulli Update #2: Rolling Stone interview with Dulli/Curley confirming Rick McCollum’s departure and contributors to the new…
February 17 will see the reissue of The Afghan Whigs’ 1996 release Black Love on 180 gram vinyl. Preorders available now.
The Afghan Whigs have announced the release date of a new album, their first in sixteen years.
The Afghan Whigs are slated for the first day of both 2014 Coachella weekends, April 11 and 18. On the same bill, expect Outkast, The Replacements and many more highly anticipated performances.
It started with the “Debonair” video. As a highly impressionable seventeen year old, I had just begun transferring my naive attempts at teenage rebellion into full-on suburban teenage angst. In the early ’90s, that meant giving up on MTV’s Headbangers’ Ball and instead setting the VCR to record 120 Minutes.