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At The Drive In - in•ter a•li•a


Tracklist


1Pendulum In A Peasant Dress
2Hostage Stamps
3Call Broken Arrow
4Holtzclaw
5Torrentially Cutshaw
6Incurably Innocent
7Tilting At The Univendor
8Continuum
9Ghost-Tape No. 9
10No Wolf Like The Present
11Governed By Contagions

Credits


  • BassPaul Hinojos
  • Drums, PercussionTony Hajjar
  • EngineerMartin Cooke , Nicolas Fournier
  • GuitarKeeley Davis, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
  • IllustrationDamon Locks
  • LayoutChristopher Friedman
  • Management [For Raw Power Management]Craig Jennings, Matt Ash , Stuart Gili-Ross
  • Mastered ByGentry Studer
  • Mixed ByRich Costey
  • Photography ByJùnn
  • ProducerOmar Rodriguez-Lopez, Rich Costey
  • VocalsCedric Bixler Zavala
  • Written-By, PerformerAt The Drive In

Notes


2017 tour. Signed in silver by the five members. Gatefold sleeve. Includes credits/lyrics insert and a digital download code.

Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Rise Records Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rise Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Sound Factory
  • Mastered At – Epicenter Mastering

Info


in,ter a,li,a is the fourth studio album by At the Drive-In, released on May 5, 2017. It is their first studio album in 17 years since Relationship of Command, and their first release since the 2005 compilation album This Station Is Non-Operational. It is also the first studio release by the band since El Gran Orgo to not feature founding member Jim Ward, who chose not to participate in the band's second reunion as well as the first studio album by the band to feature former Sparta guitarist Keeley. This item:in,tera,li,a by At the Drive-In Audio CD . Only 11 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by . While At The Drive In was quiet, the members Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Tony Hajjar and Paul Hinojos were incredibly busy, selling millions of albums, winning Grammys and putting out a lot of quality music with their other projects The Mars Volta, Antemasque, Gone Is Gone and many more. After a 15 year break, the band returned to the studio to create the follow-up to 2000s Relationship of Command. 17 ans que nous attendons un nouveau album de AT THE DRIVE IN. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Post-Hardcore Experimental. At The Drive-In. Songs in album At The Drive-In - in,ter a,li,a 2017. At The Drive-In - No Wolf Like The Present. At The Drive-In - Continuum. At The Drive-In - Tilting At The Univendor. At The Drive-In - Governed By Contagions. At The Drive-In - Pendulum In A Peasant Dress. At The Drive-In - Incurably Innocent. At The Drive-In - Call Broken Arrow. inter alia is the fourth studio album from At The Drive In, and was released on May 5, 2017 through Rise Records. It is also their first studio album in 17 years, following the 2001s Relationship of Command. All original members except Jim Ward would return for the album. In an interview, frontman, Cedric Bixler-Zavala described how the album was a reaction to the times regarding the 2016 U. Presidential Election: I definitely admit it has a big play on the record and why its called amongst other things because thats the way I view it. Shit, were in trouble, man. At The Drive In - Omar absolutely shreds Enfilade. Ultimately, At the Drive In's in,ter a,li,a retains more than enough nods to the past to fit in nicely with their catalog while at the same time lay a future foundation, albeit one thats still setting. It was the intent all along, as guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López told the New York Times that he tried to put himself into the mindset he was in while making Relationship of Command - for instance, where his stimulation was coming from in film, books and, of course, musically. At the Drive In tailor made an album that would entice their longtime fans whereas Refused moved forward with something noticeably different than what built them a following in the first place. On in,ter a,li,a, At The Drive-In, and vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala especially, have become a self-fulfilling prophecy. When you spend seventeen years treating musicians like demigods, expect them to act like it when they take the podium. In previous outings, Bixler-Zavala acted like someone on permanent red alert, knocking on doors and grabbing strangers by the shirt collars in a frenzy. Here, he has graduated to cult leadership. He now sings with shrewd deliberation, rather than manic obsession more suited to a stadium than delirium no longer shouting skyward among rubble and disarray, no. is better than we dreamed it could be. Prepare to fall in love all over again. Reinvigorated after a so-so initial comeback in 2012, and with their notorious fire burning once again, in,ter a,li,a sees At The Drive In returning with an album thats worthy of standing shoulder to shoulder alongside their revered back catalogue. Read full review. in,ter a,li,a. Its unlikely, even if the albums more than a solid effort. Like all things ATDI, in,ter a,li,a is complicated. Its a good record that comes surprisingly close to meeting the stratospheric expectations heaped upon it, and yet it fails to match the bands own impossible-to-clear bar. Still, mark of their hallmarks are in play, from heady song titles like Pendulum In a Peasant Dress and Torrentially Cutshaw to the smart-went-crazy arrangements that still make them sound like Fugazi on Adderal

At The Drive In - in•ter a•li•a
Performer: At The Drive In
Genre: Rock
Title: in•ter a•li•a
Country: US
Released: 05 May 2017
Style: Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore
MP3 album: 2463 mb
FLAC album: 2378 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear w/ Grimace Splatter
№ Cat: RISE 369-1
Label: Rise Records