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At The Drive In streaming new album

Post-hardcore veterans At The Drive In have made their new album in•ter a•li•a available to stream. You can give the record a listen below.

The album was released today, May 5th, through Rise Records. It is the band’s first full-length release since 2000’s Relationship of Command.



New Music: At the Drive-In – “Pendulum in a Peasant Dress”

Post-hardcore veterans At the Drive-In are streaming another brand new track called “Pendulum in a Peasant Dress”, and you can give it a listen below.

“Pendulum in a Peasant Dress” is taken from At the Drive-In’s upcoming album in•ter a•li•a, which will be released tomorrow (May 5th) via Rise Records, and is the band’s first album in 17 years.



At The Drive In release video for new track “Hostage Stamps”

At The Drive In have released a video for new track “Hostage Stamps”. The song is from their first new album in 17 years, “in•ter a•li•a”, out on May 5th. The album is out on Rise Records; it is the first since “Relationship of Command” in 2000.

You can watch the video below.



At the Drive In announce new album, stream new song

Post-hardcore veterans At The Drive In have announced that they will release their first new album in 17 years, in•ter a•li•a, on May 5th.  In the meantime, you can preview the track “Incurably Innocent” in a lyric video below.

The highly-anticipated album will be released on Rise Records, and it will be the first since Relationship of Command came out back in 2000.



New Music: At The Drive In – “Governed By Contagions”

For the first time since the very end of the Clinton Administration, we’ve got new music from At The Drive In!

“Governed By Contagions” is the name of the first track they’ve released in more than fifteen years, and you can check it out below, or download it for free from the band’s official website here. And stay tuned for much more to come from ATDI in the near future!

At The Drive In’s last album, “Relationship Of Command,” was released back in 2000.



At The Drive In recording new music

Post-hardcore veterans At The Drive In recently posted a photo (see below) on their Facebook page, announcing they are currently in the studio recording new music. Whether this will end up being an EP or a new full-length album is currently unknown, but we’ll keep you in the loop.

At The Drive In’s last record Relationship of Command was released way back in 2000.



At the Drive-In announce split with Jim Ward

Recently reunited post-hardcore legends At the Drive-In have announced their split with guitarist/vocalist Jim Ward, who decided not to take part in their reunion tour, which will kick off this Wednesday, March 23rd. The band writes:

“As our ship prepares for voyage, we announce that Jim Ward will not be joining us on future journeys. We wish him well and are excited to see you soon.”

At the Drive-In have not yet announced a replacement for Ward, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as new updates from the band are available.

At the Drive-In, who were last active in 2013, recently announced plans to release a new album this year. It will be their first one since 2000’s Relationship of Command.



At the Drive-In announce plans to release new music and tour

Last night, we reported that At the Drive-In were likely going to announce something today. Well, the iconic post-hardcore act posted a picture on their official website (which has since been taken down) confirming that they are planning to embark on a world tour and release new music for the first time in over 15 years. The picture also confirms that the lineup of their 2012 reunion — Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Jim Ward, Tony Hajjar and Paul Hinojos — will be involved.

In addition to new material, a snippet of what appears to be a brand new At the Drive-In song can be streamed here. The band, who called it quits back in 2001 before reuniting 11 years later, has not released an album with new material since 2000’s Relationship of Command.



At the Drive-In are hinting at something

At the Drive-In have posted a 15-second teaser video, which includes 15 seconds of music and displays the date January 21, 2016, which is tomorrow. The video, which you can watch here, has led many fans to believe that they are going to announce new music or something else on that date. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the situation come to light.

So far, At the Drive-In have announced only two shows since their hiatus (or second split) back in 2013, which are the Rock on the Range Festival in Columbus, Ohio and Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, both taking place this May.



At the Drive-In to reunite again for Rock on the Range festival

After years of confusion regarding their status, At the Drive-In have announced that they are active again, and will be playing their first show in four years at the Rock on the Range festival, which will take place from May 20-22, 2016 at the MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. The festival will also feature Pennywise, Tiger Army, Megadeth, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Disturbed, Lamb of God, Rob Zombie, P.O.D., Code Orange and many other acts. Go here for more details.

ATDI have not yet announced any more shows, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on the reunion come to light. The band first called it quits in 2001, shortly after the release of their highly successful album Relationship of Command. They reunited in January 2012, and had been playing a series of live shows before disappearing once again.



First ever Cassette Store Day announced

The first ever Cassette Store Day will be held on September 7, 2013. Like its older sibling, Record Store Day, artists are coming together and putting out releases just for this date.

To view a list of bands who have cassettes to release on Cassette Store Day 2013, click here.

As more releases come to light, we will be sure to update you about them.



At the Drive-In splitting up again?

Cedric Bixler-Zavala recently spoke to Spin.com about At the Drive-In and their reunion, the end of The Mars Volta and his new solo project. Asked whether ATDI’s reunion is over, he replied:

“I guess for now, it is. But you should never say never. There’s still a lot of amends to be made and behavior to be accounted for. I know that sounds cryptic, but the reunion wasn’t really the raddest reunion we could have had. I think everyone in the band tried their best regardless of some people not looking like they wanted to be there.”

ATDI first called it quits in 2001, shortly after the release of their highly successful album Relationship of Command. They reunited in January of last year, and had been playing a series of live shows, mostly festival appearances, since then. Although the band has stated that there would be no new material, they recently streamed a remix of their signature song “One Armed Scissor”.



At the Drive-In stream remix version of “One Armed Scissor”

Even though At the Drive-In have ruled out the possibility of a new record, the band is streaming a 9-minute remix version of their signature song “One Armed Scissor” called “One Armed Scissor (The Field Remix)”, which you can check out right here.

The original version of “One Armed Scissor” is taken from their 2000 classic album Relationship of Command, while the remix version is taken from an upcoming 12″, which is available for pre-order here.

After their split in 2001, which occured months after the release of Relationship of Command, At the Drive-In reunited in January 2012, and had been playing a series of live shows, mostly festival appearances, since then.



At The Drive-In announce “Acrobatic Tenement” and “Relationship Of Command” reissues

Post-hardcore act, At The Drive-In have announced that they will be reissuing “Acrobatic Tenement” and “Relationship Of Command”. They are due out March 5th and April 22nd.

Guitarist Jim Ward stated:

It was interesting to revisit the recordings that bookended the first chapters of our band. The earnest and pure excitement of the beginning and the level of craftsmanship we achieved by Relationship Of Command leaves me nothing but proud. I am happy these records have found their way to continue to feel new as people discover music they love and embrace our work.

At the Drive-In’s last studio album, Relationship of Command, was released in 2000.



Blast From The Past Video: At the Drive performing in Bochum, Germany (2001)

If you never saw At the Drive-In live in their heyday here‘s a video of a full show in Bochum, Germany as seen on German television.

At the Drive-In’s last studio album, Relationship of Command, was released in 2000.