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It's the new wave of right now. It's taking the world by storm. It's taking w...
October 1999 :: Music A-B :: At the Drive In (Patrick Rafter)
At the time of their unfortunate split, At The Drive-In was a band at the top of their
game, the best of the best of a genre that they almost sort of re-invented, but at ...
We Sing the Body Electric is the album that At The Drive-In strived to come up
with, but ... At The Drive-In was a fantastic band, but there always seemed to be ...
Omar A. Rodriguez-Lopez became almost famous with the legendary, now
defunct mathcore band At the Drive In, and he added more power to his breadth
I played in a band called Golden, which is actually how I met Omar and Cedric,
the At The Drive In guys. They have another band called Defacto, which is like ...
x-Reference; Les Savy Fav · Gang Of Four · At the Drive-In ... instead of, say, At
the Drive In, a charge erroneously leveled by many a quad-bifocalled indie-snob.
It's like, we're getting a lot of comparisons to Fugazi and At the Drive In and
Modest Mouse, but I think I've honestly listened to Fugazi maybe once in my
Modern bands like At The Drive In (who went on to spawn both The Mars Volta
and Sparta), Coheed & Cambria and 30 Seconds to Mars are a few of these sorts ...
... it sounds like another unceremonious At The Drive-In copycat, with the vocalist
trying to be both Cedric Bixler and Coheed and Cambria's Claudio Sanchez at ...