thedailywhat:

Getting The Band Back Together of the Day: Influential post-hardcore legends At the Drive-In will reunite this year after an eleven year hiatus.
An official website has been launched, along with a Twitter account which confirms the band’s reunion.
The announcement comes two days after Mars Volta frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala — the man responsible for ATD-I’s 2001 breakup — announced that his band’s sixth studio album was nearly done and would be released this year.
TMV’s other At The Drive-In alumnus, guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López, previously stated the band’s next album would be their last, but added that an ATD-I reunion was not forthcoming. 
Shows what he knows.
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Yes.

thedailywhat:

Getting The Band Back Together of the Day: Influential post-hardcore legends At the Drive-In will reunite this year after an eleven year hiatus.

An official website has been launched, along with a Twitter account which confirms the band’s reunion.

The announcement comes two days after Mars Volta frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala — the man responsible for ATD-I’s 2001 breakup — announced that his band’s sixth studio album was nearly done and would be released this year.

TMV’s other At The Drive-In alumnus, guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López, previously stated the band’s next album would be their last, but added that an ATD-I reunion was not forthcoming

Shows what he knows.

[altpress / nme.]

Yes.