At The Drive In New Album + Oz Tour – Across The Ocean

At The Drive In New Album + Oz Tour

” in • ter a • li • a resumes precisely where At the Drive In paused after its 2000 album, Relationship of Command.

It’s fast, complicated and tuneful over a turbulent foundation, forceful but also familiar… A sense of catastrophe collides with a blast of resistance. It’s the sound of a band very deliberately reclaiming a style its fans had missed.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES

“As far as comeback albums go, in ter a li a is about as good as it gets” – 4.5/5, Q Magazine

” in • ter a • li • a is better than anyone had a right to expect . . .” – 4/5, Rolling Stone Magazine

” in • ter a • li • a is the most balanced album that’s come along in ages; there really is something for absolutely everyone on this LP, guaranteed. Bring on September!” – Hysteria Mag

“Each passing year will bring just as many break-ups as it will reunions like these. Bands come and go. Some last, some don’t, and some just want a second chance. If you’re willing to give that chance to a band like At the Drive-In, in • ter a • li • a will reward you greatly.” – Music Feeds

“…At The Drive In’s comeback album continues and maintains their legacy as one of the most significant bands of our time.” – Kill Your Stereo

“A visionary album of unhinged aggression.” –

“Ever wish you could get the chance to rediscover a band all over again? Seventeen years after the genre defining Relationship Of Command, erratic Texans At The Drive-In have returned slicker, poignant and more focused than ever.” – Stack Magazine

“… it feels like they’ve barely skipped a beat.” – Australian Guitar Magazine

This Cinco de Mayo will celebrate the closing of a 17 year void between At The Drive In albums: The long awaited follow up to 2000’s Relationship Of Command has finally and fully materialised in the form of in • ter a • li • a is out today, on Rise Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia.


Produced by Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Rich Costey at Hollywood’s Sound Factory, in • ter a • li • a (Latin for “among other things”) picks up where Relationship of Command left off… and rockets off into myriad other trajectories as unpredictable as they are intense.

At The Drive In’s world tour in support of in • ter a • li • a will bring them to Australia in September. See below for all announced dates and get your tickets to the ATDI live experience that’s been lighting up crowds from SXSW (“half-concert, half-religious experience”—AUSTIN360) to New York City (“a celebration”—VULTURE) and all points between and beyond at.

Fresh off a triumphant handful of US dates—including a surprise pop-up performance that was the talk of SXSW, At The Drive In unleashed Hostage Stamps, the third single from the new album.

Pitting spacey phaser and thrash-y riffing against a sidewinder hook and siren wail, Incurably Innocent, described by vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala as “a song about sexual abuse and being able to finally speak out,” reveals additional facets of the kaleidoscopic in • ter a • li • a.

The first offering from the band’s long-awaited follow-up to Relationship of Command was the blistering Governed By Contagions.



Tickets on sale now and available via Select Touring here.

in • ter a • li • a TRACKLISTING:
01. No Wolf Like The Present
02. Continuum
03. Tilting At The Univendor
04. Governed By Contagions
05. Pendulum In A Peasant Dress
06. Incurably Innocent
07. Call Broken Arrow
08. Holtzclaw
09. Torrentially Cutshaw
10. Ghost-Tape No.9
11. Hostage Stamps