AFI - The Art of Drowning (2000)

We hope you suffer. In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by professional wrestler Jimmy Havoc (@JimmyHavoc) to discuss AFI’s 2000 classic The Art of Drowning. Havoc – and yes, he took that wrestling name in tribute to Davey Havok – fills us in on how AFI and other bands have shaped his wrestling persona, his merchandise, and his life. Find out more about how The Art of Drowning compares with Sing the Sorrow, which AFI song felt custom-made as entrance music for Havoc, and what he roasts Blake for on this week’s podcast.

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