Since 2012, the Afghan Whigs have operated not so much in the present as in a strange state of suspended animation — a kind of "active pause" between their past and their future. Their last album, 1965, came out in 1998; the band dissolved three years later via a press release that cited "geographical distance" as the primary reason. During their initial run, they inspired a kind of cultish adulation — they were also by… more »
Do to the Beast
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