at the drive-in

the shape of punk

20 Years Ago, At the Drive-In Kicked Against Punk Norms on 'In/Casino/Out'

2000's 'Relationship of Command' cemented the band's place in history. But their 1998 album saw them honing their powers as a musical force.
David Anthony
8.23.18
1997: The Year Emo Broke

At the Drive-In's 'El Gran Orgo' EP Captured a Band Struggling to Survive

The 1997 EP saw them transitioning from their rough debut to their genre-changing powerhouse 'In/Casino/Out.'
Eduardo Cepeda
6.14.17
at the drive-in

At the Drive-In Turned Me into a Border-Hating Communist

The band's genre-defying punk sound taught me that borders are meant to be broken.
Gabriel A. Solis
6.7.17
New music

At the Drive-In Are Really Back with Raging New Song "Incurably Innocent"

Breathe deeply, a new album is finally coming in May.
Phil Witmer
2.22.17
Holy Shit

At the Drive-In Are Back, Guitars Blazing, with New Song "Governed by Contagions"

An album is coming, the transmission is resumed.
Phil Witmer
12.8.16
Weed Shit

Congrats to the Mars Volta Man on Smoking $1,000 Worth of Weed Per Week

That seems somewhat higher than average!
Noisey Staff
6.30.15
Premieres

Stream the Debut Album from Antemasque, the New Project from Members of At the Drive-In and The Mars Volta

Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala are back at it.
Dan Ozzi
11.3.14
Features

What If At The Drive-In Never Broke Up?

Like, what would the world be like if the afroed five-piece had never gone on "indefinite hiatus"? We imagine.
Jonah Bayer
3.13.14
we saw this

From the Ashes of the Mars Volta Rises One Great Band and One Crappy, Sad Band

Here's what happens when Omar Rodriguez-Lopez's new band plays the same venue two days after Cedric Bixler-Zavala's band plays it.
Philip Cosores
7.15.13