- Blaqk Audio was first mentioned to be a side project before AFI’s Sing The Sorrow was even released. The group didn’t release any material until about 5 years later.
- An instrumental version of “The Love Letter” was shown in the theatrical trailer for “The Eye”, which starred Jessica Alba.
- Blaqk Audio have done 3 cover songs so far; “Hold Me Now” by the Thompson Twins, “Girls and Boys” by Blur, and “No New Tales to Tell” by Love and Rockets.
- Jade Puget said in an interview conducted by Guitar World that “37mm” as well as “Love Like Winter” (from AFI’s Decemberunderground) were originally meant for Cexcells, due to their increased electronic elements.
- Bright Black Heaven is said to have taken a direction that’s more “drum and bass heavy” according to Billboard Magazine.
- “Between Breaths” is about Breathplay/AES. Choke on that, sex fiends. Also, don’t try this at home kids.
- The “Stiff Kittens” music video hasn’t yet been released, but it was shown on a drop screen during their debut tour behind Jade’s keyboard and synth set-up. Much of it featured night vision and Davey in tight enclosed tunnel-like spaces. See our post on this here.
- Cexcells is meant to be both literal and figurative (‘Sex cells’ & ‘Sex sells’). It was released on August 11th world-wide and came out in states August 14th the via UMG, Interscope’s parent label.
- Puget said that the band has written 70 songs aside from the planned 12 tracks for Bright Black Heaven. Recently, Davey has said that most (if not all) leftover songs will be released; whether it be singularly, in EPs, or in a whole new album.