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Gone Is Gone, the supergroup made up of members of Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, and At the Drive-In, have shared a new song called “Sentient.” It debuted today during BBC… More »


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Veteran post-hardcore band At the Drive-In have canceled their remaining North American tour dates, after calling off last night’s show at New York City’s Terminal 5 just two hours before it was… More »


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Gone Is Gone — a hard-rock supergroup made up of At the Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar, Mastodon bassist Troy Sanders, and Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen — have a piercing… More »


Gone Is Gone — the recently announced supergroup featuring Mastodon’s Troy Sanders, Queens of the Stone Age’s Troy VanLeeuwen, and At the Drive-In’s Tony Hajjar — have unleashed “Violescent,” the first… More »


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There’s a new supergroup in town: Gone Is Gone features At the Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar, Mastodon bassist Troy Sanders, and Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, along with film… More »


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Canada’s largest music festival of metal, punk, hardcore, hip-hop, and hard rock, the fittingly-titled Amnesia Rockfest, has announced its 2016 lineup. Set to take place from June 23-26 at the… More »


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Next week, post-hardcore greats At the Drive-In will embark upon an international reunion tour, the band’s first string of live dates since 2012. But they’ll be heading out without one… More »


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Post-hardcore staples At the Drive-In officially broke up in 2001, save for one reunion tour in 2012. Guess it didn’t go so well, because they broke up again later that… More »


At the Drive-In’s 2001 breakup was as abrupt and tense as the band’s music — the El Paso, Texas, five-piece, valorized for their volatile post-hardcore sound, dynamic live show, and, sure,… More »


The men who founded At the Drive-In may not see eye to eye anymore — Omar Rodríguez-López called last year’s reunion a nostalgia-driven cash-grab, and Cedric Bixler-Zavala tweeted Mars Volta’sMore »


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Omar Rodriguez-Lopez’s Bosnian Rainbows Announce Debut With Grainy, Cryptic Video

When the Mars Volta officially broke up earlier this year, frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala loaded his departure announcement with a swipe at Bosnian Rainbows, the new band from Omar Rodríguez-López, his former Volta and… More »


At the Drive-In’s Omar Rodriguez-Lopez has already admitted that the post-hardcore group’s reunion was mainly driven by two things: money and nostalgia. So fans of the El Paso-born band shouldn’t be shocked… More »


Lollapalooza 2012 — with its Black Sabbath sorta-reunion, puke-filled Perry’s Stage, and massive storm evacuation — has come to an end. It wasn’t going to be easy to top the… More »


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Omar Rodríguez-López has bluntly acknowledged that the reunion of his pre-Mars Volta band with Cedric Bixler-Zavala is money-oriented, nostalgia-driven, and unlikely to give birth to new material. Sure enough, At… More »


Points to Omar Rodriguez-Lopez for being super candid. In interviews quoted recently by the NME, the At the Drive-In guitarist has ruled out a new album from the Texas post-hardcore… More »


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