“El Paso quintet At The Drive-In are a household name in post-hardcore. Formed in 1993, the legendary band began to pave the way for the genre, releasing three albums, 1996’s ‘Acrobatic Tenemant’, 1998’s ‘In/Casino/Out’ and 2000’s ‘Relationship of Command’, as well as four EP’s (1994’s ‘Hell Paso’, 1995’s ‘¡Alfaro Vive, Carajo!’, 1997’s ‘El Gran Orgo’ and 1999’s ‘Vaya’). ‘Relationship of Command’ brought the band to mainstream attention and influenced generations of acts to follow. Produced by Ross Robinson, ‘Relationship of Command’ garnered rave reviews from both rock and mainstream publications alike, having been voted one of NME’s most influential albums of the decade, Kerrang’s most influential albums of all time, Top 5 in Rock Sound’s Modern Classics list, and SPIN’s 1200 Greatest Albums 1985-2005. The record appeared in end-of-year critics’ lists in The Los Angeles Times and Rolling Stone, with a highly successful promo campaign involving TV appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and the Late Show with David Letterman.
At The Drive In stormed into 2017, continuing their legacy. The band sold out venues and played main stage at festivals all over the world, including Riot Fest, Reading & Leeds and others. The band released their first full length album in 17 years titled ‘In • ter a li • a’ and quickly followed it up with a 3 song EP titled ‘Diamanté’, both received widely by press and fans. “