Apparently a longterm At The Drive-In reunion has been a non-zero possibility all along. Since the band went off the grid after their Coachella appearance in 2012, it seemed like that was the last we'd ever see of the late '90s post-hardcore band known for their explosive live performances and internal drama. But after a nearly three-year silence on Twitter, a vague teaser was unexpectedly posted to their feed a few days ago with 28 seconds of a new - or at least unheard - song. Today we got even better news: A European and American tour has been lined up (dates and audio clip here)! We can't wait to hear more new music and are hoping the new album or EP is better than Refused's half-hearted Freedom. Judging by that clip, we're not worried. See you in the pit.
Friday, September 23, 2016 - 12:54pmIf anything, Every Time I Die are a punctual band. You can expect a new album from them every other year, with several tours in between.
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 3:37pmHands down, Twin Peaks has the best score - and intro song - in the history of television. The only non-download way for fans to listen to the OST is a CD from the early '90s when CD audio compression wasn't so hot. (Don't get me wrong.
Thursday, August 25, 2016 - 2:03pmYou've got to hand it to them. The boys in Every Time I Die are extremely reliable, having put out a new album every two years since 2001, save for a single three-year gap.