At the end of the 20th Century, At the Drive-In quickly rose to become one of the most beloved punk rock bands of the era. Their blend of post-hardcore, emo and elements of art-rock made them a refreshing voice at a time when pop-punk was starting to percolate. But the El Paso outlet was short-lived, and the group split in Listen to De-Loused in the Comatorium right now. Taxt overdoses on a cocktail of morphine and rat poison and enters a week-long coma during which he experiences fantastical adventures in his dreams.
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After six albums and more than 10 years, the Mars Volta have split. Though Mars Volta released an album in March , they went on hiatus following that tour. This week, the guitarist revealed the first music from his new project, Bosnian Rainbows. It appears that Bixler-Zavala made this announcement without consulting the rest of the band. This explains so much," tweeted sometime keyboard player Ikey Owens. After reading the announcement, he sent Bixler-Zavala a further message: "Hopefully one day we'll all get back together again. While another added : "Omar, don't forget who got you where you are today … i think its safe to say, that you are now the enemy.
They were known for their energetic live shows and their concept albums. At the Drive-In reunited again in before splitting in Comments from the pair have indicated that they plan to reunite The Mars Volta in the future. As of , however, no further plans for a reunion have taken place. The Volta is taken from a Federico Fellini book about his films, what he characterizes as a changing of scene, or a turnaround; a new scene to him is called Volta. Y'know, changing of time and the changeover.