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At the Drive-In. Rock band that you might not have heard of

At the Drive-In is a post-hardcore band from America, but its roots are more likely to be found somewhere in Mexico and Puerto Rico. The band existed from 1993 to 2001, after which frontmen Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez changed their direction towards progressive rock and founded the project The Mars Volta. Since then, At the Drive-In has had two reunion attempts, and the second, in 2016, appears to have been successful. For more than twenty years, the group has matured: Omar is no longer so briskly dancing with the guitar, and Cedric's microphone stands no longer fly so high above the stage. But together with the participants, the music also became more mature, and live performances only slowed down the degree of madness, remaining lively and interesting. Watch and listen

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