The iconic Cincinnati band The Afghan Whigs have announced a new album. "In Spades" is the groups first album since 2014's "Do to the Beast", which was released after their reunion in 2012. The album was written and produced by frontman Greg Dulli. "Demon in Profile" is the lead single from the album. "In Spades" is out on May 5th via Sub Pop.
Congregation was the Afghan Whigs' breakthrough album and has been called the grunge era's most overlooked masterpiece. The album was very well received by critics, and the band achieved a cult following, receiving offers from major record labels. They eventually signed with Elektra Records. Stylistically distinct from other Sub Pop grunge music, the album features songs with themes of pleasure and guilt, dysfunctional relationships and sexual deviancy.