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Examples of "blaqk"
On August 14, 2007, Havok's electronic side project with AFI guitarist Jade Puget, Blaqk Audio, released their first album, entitled "CexCells". Blaqk Audio went on a two-month-long American/Canadian tour following the release. Blaqk Audio's second album, "Bright Black Heaven" was released in September 2012, and a brief American tour followed. "Material" was released on April 15, 2016.
Since February 2010 the California-based radio station Live 105 had been playing a Blaqk Audio song entitled "Ill-Lit Ships". From July 22, 2010, BPM on Sirius XM Radio had been playing a Blaqk Audio song entitled "Bon Voyeurs". On October 24, Live105 premiered a song titled "Mouth to Mouth". Blaqk Audio performed at Subsonic Spookfest 2010 with eight songs, three of them being completely new: "This Is...", "Fade to White" and "Let's Be Honest". On November 25, Blaqk Audio posted a song titled "Down Here" on their SoundCloud page. On December 1, Live105 posted a song titled "Cold War".
The song was remixed by Blaqk Audio synth player and AFI guitarist Jade Puget.
Blaqk Audio entered the studio to record several songs for their first album in January 2007. Puget kept fans apprised with updates through his blog, before the Blaqk Audio Myspace was created in February 2007. By July 27, they had filmed footage for the music video for their debut single "Stiff Kittens", but the video was never finished. In 2007, Puget collaborated with the German band Tokio Hotel, contributing a remix of "Ready, Set, Go!" called "Ready, Set, Go! (AFI/Blaqk Audio Remix)" to the American version of "Scream". On January 12, 2008, Puget uploaded a new song to the Blaqk Audio Myspace titled "The Ligature".
In March 2012, Blaqk Audio toured Australia and New Zealand as a supporting act for Evanescence.
The title of the album has nothing to do with the CD CexCells by electronica band Blaqk Audio.
Starting December 18, 2015, Blaqk Audio starting updating and teasing activity across social media. On February 10, 2016, they unveiled the single "Anointed". The single was available to purchase February 19, 2016. Blaqk Audio released their third studio album, "Material" on April 15, 2016.
In the time off after the Crash Love tour, Puget and Havok returned to Blaqk Audio, releasing their second album, "Bright Black Heaven", made available September 11, 2012.
Blaqk Audio is an American electronic music duo, formed by current AFI members Davey Havok and Jade Puget under Interscope Records.
"Crash Love" is a more guitar-focused, guitar-based record than "Decemberunderground" was. I think what that is a result of is Jade and I having toured for two months and recorded the "CexCells" record [with Blaqk Audio]. So when we sat down and began writing "Crash Love" it was refreshing to be playing rock and I think that having done Blaqk Audio, it rejuvenated our interest in rock. Blaqk Audio was already entirely purely electronic but coming from that sitting down and writing rock we just didn't have as much inspiration to insert those electronic [sounds] into the rock music that we were playing. But it wasn’t a conscious thing.
In June 2012, Blaqk Audio announced having been signed to Superball Music, and released "Bright Black Heaven" on September 11, 2012.
In July 2009, Blaqk Audio contributed a cover of "No New Tale to Tell" to the tribute album for Love and Rockets, "New Tales to Tell: A Tribute to Love and Rockets".
AFI held their last concert in promotion of the album at Download Fest in October 2007. Havok and Puget then began to promote their side-project Blaqk Audio before beginning work on the eighth AFI album, "Crash Love".
"Stiff Kittens" is the first track on Blaqk Audio's debut album "CexCells", released on August 14, 2007. On June 13, 2007, "Stiff Kittens" was released on the band's MySpace profile. It is the only single from "CexCells".
While promoting AFI's new single "Medicate" on KROQ, Havok said that Blaqk Audio's second album was already completed, but they were focused on AFI as they felt "if all of a sudden we're doing two Blaqk Audio records in a row people will think AFI is not happening or something." Puget revealed that the name of the album as "Bright Black Heaven". Despite the album being finished, the band continued working on new material. Over thirty songs were recorded for the album. Beginning in February 2010, the songs "Ill Lit Ships", "Bon Voyeurs", "Mouth to Mouth", and "Cold War" premiered through release on radio stations.
Before Davey Havok and Jade Puget formed Blaqk Audio, the two began including more synthesized elements into AFI's songs, notably in the albums "Sing the Sorrow" and "Decemberunderground". In the August 2006 issue of "Guitar World", Puget revealed that "Love Like Winter" and "37mm" from "Decemberunderground" were initially intended to be a part of the side project. According to Havok, the concept of Blaqk Audio began at some point between 2001 and 2002, with "Snuff on Digital" being the first song written for the side project. Puget began experimenting with a multitude of industrial to ambient sounds, and was influenced by many different types of electronic music.
Jennifer Goodridge is the former keyboardist of Your Enemies Friends. She is a current member of Seaspin where she is a songwriter and provides lead vocals and rhythm guitar. She provided background vocals on Blaqk Audio's album "CexCells", on the song "Again, Again, and Again".
Bands such as The All-American Rejects, The Maine (band), All Time Low, My Chemical Romance, Thirty Seconds to Mars, HIM AFI, Cartel, New Found Glory, Boys Like Girls, Blaqk Audio, Anberlin, The Sunpilots, Fall Out Boy, Kerli and Lostprophets maintain user pages and semi-active blogs on Buzznet.
The song title "On a Friday" is an old band name belonging to Radiohead, while "Stiff Kittens" is an old band name belonging to Joy Division. Additionally, the duo recorded a cover of Blur's "Girls & Boys", exclusive to Hot Topic. Blaqk Audio also covered the song "No New Tale to Tell" by Love and Rockets.
Jade Errol Puget (born November 28, 1973) is an American musician and producer, best known as the guitarist for the rock band AFI (joined in 1998), the guitarist/writer for the straight edge hardcore band XTRMST, and the keyboardist/synthesizer operator for the electronic duo Blaqk Audio. Puget is vegetarian and straight edge.