At the Drive-In Announces Acrobatic Tenement, Relationship of Command Reissues
Last week Cedric Bixler-Zavala announced the breakup of Mars Volta, but At the Drive-In, the first band Bixler-Zavala was a part of with Mars Volta collaborator Omar Rodríguez-López, has just announced the forthcoming reissue of their 1996 debut album, Acrobatic Tenement, as well as their final album, 2000’s Relationship of Command.
March 5 marks the release of the Acrobatic Tenement reissue (except in the U.K., where it’s out on March 25), and Relationship of Command will be re-released on April 22. The American reissue will be via Twenty-First Chapter Records and Transgressive Records in the U.K. A special colored vinyl edition of Relationship of Command will be released for Record Store Day on April 20.
After they entered an “indefinite hiatus” in early 2001, the band reunited to play at Coachella and Lollapalooza last summer, though Rodríguez-López said At the Drive-In won’t be releasing any new material.
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