Watch DREAMCAR Make their Network TV DebutLast night (April 19), DREAMCAR appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to play a couple tracks from the album, “Kill for Candy,” and “All of the Dead Girls.”
No Doubt Members and AFI's Davey Havok Announce New Band NameThe foursome posted the name using their brand new Instagram account.
AFI’s Davey Havok Gets Naked in New PETA Campaign AdHavok would rather go naked than wear leather.
Stryker Chats with Davey Havok About New AFIStryker world premiered AFI's new song "Snow Cats," but first he spoke with frontman Davey Havok about the band's latest release.
Davey Havok's Blaqk Audio Releases Retro-Sounding Song, 'Waiting To Be Told'"It really harkens back to a genre that very much influenced Jade and I."
Davey Havok Confirms Band with No Doubt Members: 'We Have a Lot of Great Songs'Davey Havok revealed a little more info about his new Blaqk Audio album, as well as his much rumored project with Tony, Tom, Adrian from No Doubt.
Davey Havok, Jade Puget Announce New Blaqk Audio Album 'Material', Stream New Single"Each new release finds us in a very different place, creatively, than the last."
No Doubt Move on from Gwen with AFI's Davey HavokThe remaining three members of No Doubt—Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young—are teaming up with AFI frontman Davey Havok to form a new alternative rock group.
6 Meat-Free Musicians For World Vegetarian Day As October 1st is World Vegetarian Day, take a look at which of you favorite musicians will be celebrating!
AFI's Davey Havok Seeks Fan Support for New Film, 'The Violent'AFI frontman Davey Havok and a pair of filmmakers are seeking fan support to jump start production for 'The Violent', a feature film about the 90s punk scene.
Listen to AFI’s Davey Havok & Jade Puget's New Straight Edge Band XTRMSTAFI’s Davey Havok and Jade Puget have confirmed rumors that the hardcore band XRTMST is indeed their creation.
Davey Havok Was Fooled by His Own Voice During AFI's Radio DebutThe first time Davey Havok heard his song on the radio he was driving through San Francisco trying to get away from the nu-metal craze. Luckily, he landed on Live 105.