To keep fans guessing and waiting in anticipation for their upcoming eighth studio album 'Burials,' California rock quartet AFI have just released its second single "17 Crimes." The new album drops in stores October 22 via Republic Records and is the band's first in four years, following 2009's 'Crash Love.' Read on to listen to the new track.

The album's first single, "I Hope You Suffer," was unveiled last month with good reception, and by the sounds of "17 Crimes" AFI will continue on the path of musical success they have paved since 2003's 'Sing the Sorrow.' They are still a cohesive unit with the uniqueness and diversity of front man Davey Havok's masculine pipes, but with a more upbeat and mature sound. Don't get me wrong, 'Sing the Sorrow' is my favorite album by the boys, but it is nice to hear a reinvented band who are no longer "underground."

What do you think of the song?