The Amity Affliction

The Amity Affliction is an Australian metalcore band made up of Ahren Stringer, Joel Birch, Dan Brown and Ryan Burt. The band's name was influenced by the death of a close friend of founding members Ahren Stringer and Troy Brady.

Discography

The Amity Affliction EP
2005
High Hopes EP
2007
Severed Ties
2008
Youngbloods
2010
Glory Days
2011
Chasing Ghosts
2012
Let the Ocean Take Me
2014
This Could Be Heartbreak
2016
The Amity Afflcition dressed in suits

Check out The Amity Affliction cover The Weeknd’s ‘Can’t Feel My Face’

The Amity Affliction are arguably one of Australia’s biggest exports in recent years, and with their penchant for huge, crushing tracks, it’s no wonder that the whole music world is...

The Amity Affliction announced an Australian tour

The Amity Affliction will be embarking on a run of East Coast dates in June. They’ll be bringing Pvris, Beartooth, and Make Them Suffer along for the fun – and...

The Amity Affliction Taking Time Out To Deal With “Mental Demons”

The Amity Affliction have taken to social media to announce that longtime drummer Ryan Burt, who joined the acclaimed hardcore group in 2008, will not be continuing with the band...

The Amity Affliction’s New Single Is A Ballad But Still Brutal

The Amity Affliction have unveiled an official lyric video for the latest single to taken from This Could Be Heartbreak, their eagerly anticipated new album, This Could Be Heartbreak, which...

The Amity Affliction To Headline Australia’s Heaviest NYE Festival

New Years Eve. Singlehandedly the best and worst night out on the calendar. For many it starts with dreams of the best night out ever, which is often quickly followed...

The Amity Affliction Announce New Album, Single & Tour

The Amity Affliction have announced a quick run of intimate Australian headline shows to celebrate the release of their brand new album and single, which were released just last night....

The Amity Affliction New Album Details Leaked Online

On Friday, as the workers of Australia raised their arms to rejoice and ‘Thank God it’s Friday’, fans of homegrown metalcore heroes The Amity Affliction had extra reason to celebrate....

The Amity Affliction & A Day To Remember Kicked Off Their ‘Big Ass Tour’

The Big Ass Tour well and truly kicked off with a bang over the weekend, with The Amity Affliction, A Day To Remember, Motionless In White and Canberra’s Hands Like...

The Amity Affliction Frontman’s Complex Relationship With Alcohol

As any fan of The Amity Affliction will tell you, for years the band’s frontman, Joel Birch, has been fearless about discussing his struggles with depression both in his lyrics...

The Amity Affliction Just Announced One Of The Biggest Rock Tours Of 2015

Heavy music fans, your prayers have finally been answered. Homegrown heroes The Amity Affliction have announced they are partnering with Florida favourites A Day To Remember to bring one of...

What To Expect From The Amity Affliction’s New Film ‘Seems Like Forever’

“Seems Like Forever”; the eponymous opening line from 2010s gold-certified Youngbloods makes it way into the title of The Amity Affliction’s first feature-length documentary, revolving around the life and career...

The Amity Affliction Founder To Launch New Local Label

While the departure of founding Amity Affliction member Troy Brady came as a saddening shock to fans of the group, the guitarist’s new venture is sure to please many in...

The Amity Affliction Are Releasing A Documentary & The Trailer Is Incredible

The Amity Affliction will release their first documentary DVD, titled Seems Like Forever, on Friday, 10th July. The film will cover the band’s extraordinary story thus far and will be...

The Amity Affliction Slam Jetstar After Tour Plunged Into Chaos

Those who’ll recall Thundamentals’ recent troubles with Virgin Australia (the Blue Mountains hip-hop crew famously caught a baggage handler tossing their live equipment roughly onto a conveyor), will know that...

The Amity Affliction Frontman Addresses Lead Guitarist Split

The Amity Affliction frontman Joel Birch has addressed the recent departure of lead guitarist and founding member Troy Brady during an appearance on Triple J. Speaking to The Doctor, Birch...