Well, we sure as hell didn’t see this coming. As Consequence Of Sound points out, the amazing livewire ’90s/early-’00s Texan post-hardcore band At The Drive-In are back together and ready to make noise again. In the wake of the badass 2000 album Relationship Of Command, the band went on indefinite hiatus, spinning off into component parts the Mars Volta and Sparta. But now they’ve got a Twitter, and today the Twitter posted this missive: “¡ ATTENTION ! To whom it may concern: AT THE DRIVE-IN will be breaking their 11 year silence THIS STATION IS …NOW…OPERATIONAL.” We don’t have any news yet on what the band’s reunion plans might be, but I wouldn’t bet against a Coachella appearance.
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