In 1996, The Afghan Whigs were fresh off their release of Gentlemen. Their follow up album would not be Gentlemen II. Black Love turns…Read More
The Afghan Whigs are an American rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, originally active from 1986 to 2001, who have since reformed. The group – with core members Greg Dulli (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick McCollum (lead guitar), John Curley (bass), and Steve Earle on drums – rose up around the grunge movement, evolving from a garage punk band in the vein of the Replacements, Dinosaur Jr., and Mudhoney to incorporate more soul influences into their sound and image. After releasing their first album independently in 1988, the band signed to the Seattle-based label Sub Pop, before releasing their major-label debut and fourth album, Gentlemen.
Dulli frequently claimed in interviews that the Afghan Whigs would never get back together following their dissolution in 2001 but the group announced in 2012 that they would reunite for a series of major concerts.
It is with a heavy heart that The Afghan Whigs are announcing two special performances of their classic album Black Love in its entirety…Read More
In 1996, The Afghan Whigs, had toured the world. Their follow up album would not be Gentlemen II. Black Love turns 20 this year,…Read More
The Afghan Whigs have delivered a fun, self-directed, GoPro-filmed video for “The Lottery,” from the band’s latest Do to the Beast. Greg Dulli says…Read More
Following the Western-themed revenge drama of “Algiers” and the kinetic “Matamoros” videos, comes the dream like “Lost in the Woods,” the latest visual from The Afghan Whigs’Do to the Beast, directed by Phil Harder. The band continue to tour behind their latest album Do The Beast now out on Sub Pop”Read More
The Afghan Whigs have turned in a slow burn cover of The Police’s Ghost in the Machine classic, “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic.” The track was recorded during the sessions for the band’s current Sub Pop album Do to the Beast. The Afghan Whigs:Read More
The Afghan Whigs’ latest video for “Matamoros,” the second single from the band’s album Do to the Beast. The clip, directed by Phil Harder (“Algiers”), was filmed on location in New York City. “A bunch of commuters were treated to front row,Read More
On April 14th, The Afghan Whigs will release Do to the Beast, their first album in over 15 years. Like many of their contemporaries, the Whigs were scooped up by a major label at a relatively young age after finding success,Read More
You can now listen to The Afghan Whigs propulsive new single “The Lottery,” from Do to the Beast, their first new album in 16 years, which will be released worldwide via Sub Pop Records on April 14th in Europe,Read More
Do to the Beast, the first new album from The Afghan Whigs in 16 years, will be released worldwide via Sub Pop Records on April 14th in Europe and April 15th in North America. The album features the lead single “Algiers.” You can now watch the official video,Read More
The Afghan Whigs Sign To Sub Pop, Release ‘Do To The Beast’ will be released on April 14/15. This is the band’s first release in sixteen years. The Afghan Whigs will also play Coachella Festival 2014.Read More