At The Drive-In reunion confirmed…

Legendary El Paso hardcore/prog band At The Drive-In have moved today to confirm recent rumours of a reunion on Twitter, saying:

 

At The Drive-In rose to prominence with the release of seminal album Relationship of Command in 2000, and their announcement today recalls the lyric ‘This station is non-operational’ from that albums lead track, ‘One Armed Scissor’. After their split in 2001, band members Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez pursued their more proggy instincts in The Mars Volta, but now seem ready to pick up where they left off with their fellow At The Drive-In members.

Today’s reunion news came as something as a surprise after Cedric was busy announcing a new Mars Volta album yesterday, which seemed to douse the At The Drive-In speculation.

Are you excited about the prospect of new At The Drive-In material and gigs? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

 

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