In a recent interview with Kerrang! magazine, the recently reformed At The Drive-In‘s Omar Rodriguez spoke about the possibility (or, in this case, the lack of a possibility) of the band releasing new material.
Here’s what Rodriguez had to say on the matter:
Will there be a new album? No, no, no. At The Drive-In is more of a nostalgia thing – it’s songs we wrote when we were all in our 20s and we’re doing a couple of shows. “It’s an old T-shirt that doesn’t fit me any more, but when you put it on again, it feels nice. It’s as simple as that.
Along with that, he also addressed the conflict which lead to the band’s demise and how the reformation came to be:
For the rest of the world, [the reformation] seemed to be out of nowhere, but we’ve been hanging out for the past four years. We patched up our differences a while ago.
At The Drive-In has been silent since the release of 2000′s “Relationship of Command”.
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