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At The Drive In - in•ter a•li•a

At The Drive In - in•ter a•li•a

Performer: At The Drive In
Title: in•ter a•li•a
Style: Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore
Released: 05 May 2017
Cat#: RISE 369-1
Country: US
Label: Rise Records
Size MP3 version: 2030 mb
Size FLAC version: 1726 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 434
Genre: Rock

At The Drive In - in•ter a•li•a


1Torrentially Cutshaw
2Ghost-Tape No. 9
3No Wolf Like The Present
5Pendulum In A Peasant Dress
7Governed By Contagions
8Call Broken Arrow
9Incurably Innocent
10Hostage Stamps
11Tilting At The Univendor


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RISE 369-2At The Drive In in•ter a•li•a ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Rise Records RISE 369-2USA & Europe2017
RISE3692J, HSE-7000At The Drive-In in•ter a•li•a ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Rise Records , BMG, Hostess Entertainment UnlimitedRISE3692J, HSE-7000Japan2017
RISE 369-3At The Drive In in•ter a•li•a ‎(Cass, Album)Rise Records RISE 369-3US2017
RISE 369-1At The Drive In in•ter a•li•a ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gri)Rise Records RISE 369-1US2017
RISE 369-1At The Drive In in•ter a•li•a ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Rise Records RISE 369-1USA & Europe2017


  • BassPaul Hinojos
  • Drums, PercussionTony Hajjar
  • EngineerMartin Cooke , Nicolas Fournier
  • GuitarKeeley Davis, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
  • IllustrationDamon Locks
  • LayoutChristopher Friedman
  • Management [For Raw Power Management]Craig Jennings, Matt Ash , Stuart Gili-Ross
  • Mastered ByGentry Studer
  • Mixed ByRich Costey
  • Photography ByJùnn
  • ProducerOmar Rodriguez-Lopez, Rich Costey
  • VocalsCedric Bixler Zavala
  • Written-By, PerformerAt The Drive In


Limited edition first pressing of 6000 copies pressed on 180 gram half bone and half classic black vinyl with bone splatter.
Comes in a gatefold sleeve with an inner lyric/credit bag and a digital download code.

Recorded at Sounds Factory, Los Angeles.
Mastered at Epicenter Mastering

© & ℗ 2017 Rise Records Inc.


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  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side A): 154356E1/B IN DEFENSE OF THE HERD THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT WILL BE


  • Copyright (c) – Rise Records Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rise Records Inc.
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 154356E
  • Recorded At – The Sound Factory
  • Mastered At – Epicenter Mastering



At The Drive In - Omar absolutely shreds Enfilade. in,ter a,li,a is the fourth studio album by At the Drive-In, released on May 5, 2017. It is their first studio album in 17 years since Relationship of Command, and their first release since the 2005 compilation album This Station Is Non-Operational. It is also the first studio release by the band since El Gran Orgo to not feature founding member Jim Ward, who chose not to participate in the band's second reunion as well as the first studio album by the band to feature former Sparta guitarist Keeley. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Post-Hardcore Experimental. At The Drive-In. Songs in album At The Drive-In - in,ter a,li,a 2017. At The Drive-In - No Wolf Like The Present. At The Drive-In - Continuum. At The Drive-In - Tilting At The Univendor. At The Drive-In - Governed By Contagions. At The Drive-In - Pendulum In A Peasant Dress. At The Drive-In - Incurably Innocent. At The Drive-In - Call Broken Arrow. inter alia is the fourth studio album from At The Drive In, and was released on May 5, 2017 through Rise Records. It is also their first studio album in 17 years, following the 2001s Relationship of Command. All original members except Jim Ward would return for the album. In an interview, frontman, Cedric Bixler-Zavala described how the album was a reaction to the times regarding the 2016 U. Presidential Election: I definitely admit it has a big play on the record and why its called amongst other things because thats the way I view it. Shit, were in trouble, man. in,ter a,li,a - At The Drive-In. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ultimately, At the Drive In's in,ter a,li,a retains more than enough nods to the past to fit in nicely with their catalog while at the same time lay a future foundation, albeit one thats still setting. It was the intent all along, as guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López told the New York Times that he tried to put himself into the mindset he was in while making Relationship of Command - for instance, where his stimulation was coming from in film, books and, of course, musically. At the Drive In tailor made an album that would entice their longtime fans whereas Refused moved forward with something noticeably different than what built them a following in the first place. is better than we dreamed it could be. Prepare to fall in love all over again. Reinvigorated after a so-so initial comeback in 2012, and with their notorious fire burning once again, in,ter a,li,a sees At The Drive In returning with an album thats worthy of standing shoulder to shoulder alongside their revered back catalogue. Read full review. in,ter a,li,a. At the Drive-In released three studio albums and five EPs before breaking up in 2001. Their third and final album before their split, 2000's Relationship of CommaListen free to At the Drive-In in,ter a,li,a No Wolf Like the Present, Continuum and more. 11 tracks 41:01. Their third and final album before their split, 2000's Relationship of Comma read more. At the Drive-In was an American post-hardcore band from El Paso, Texas, formed in 1994. The band most recently consisted of Cedric Bixler-Zavala vocals, Omar Rodríguez-López guitar, voca read more. in,ter a,li,a doesnt exactly pick up where Relationship of Command left off it just imagines if ATDI continued to coexist alongside the side projects it spawned, like a carton of milk absorbing the odors around it. it being a nostalgic cash grab. At the Drive In engaging in fan service is understandable, but they arrived at this point by always having something to push against. Earlier in their career, it was the struggle to be noticed in a notoriously blighted city, and later it would be the limitations of their sound or the stagnancy of rock radio, and certainly against each other. While in,ter a,li,a has plenty of motion and heat, it needs friction and resistance to light a spark

This is the pressing data directly from the Rise Records site:Rise 369150 Half Sea Blue & Half Cyan Blue with Cyan Blue Splatter537 Picture Disc500 Half Bone & Half Beer with Bone Splatter600 Half Classic Black & Half Oxblood with Classic Black Splatter600 Half Classic Black & Half Cyan Blue with Classic Black Splatter2,250 Half Grimace Purple & Half Deep Purple with Grimace Purple Splatter2,500 Classic Black6,000 Half Bone & Half Classic Black with Bone Splatter10,000 - Ultra Clear with Grimace Splatter
Nothing wrong if you are a fetishistic little kid who buys records for their colour or limitation, rather than the music on it. Which, in this case, is quite lame too.
Sorry but anyone who pays £300 to buy an album and assorted garbage to go with it is nuts anyway.
they did put to much out on vinyl. 300 cassettes
they did a third more variants for this record than that Tiger Army record. 6 for Tiger Army, 9 for At The Drive-In. anybody who thinks 9 variants is not too many or not a cash grab is nuts. what's wrong with exclusives? you really like that Urban Outfitters and Hot Topic sell exclusive variants and charge more for them than almost everywhere else?
Seriously there's 10,000 of the one I paid £300 for as part of the mega bundle?It should have been the rarest one!
What about the tape? What's that limited to? We can't discount that just because it's not vinyl.
taktani17 Rise is clearly trying to cash in on At The Drive In's name (it's the biggest act they've ever signed) and it may come back to bite them. that label has never done this many variants for any of their releases, let alone the sheer amount of copies;...Thats not really true - see Tiger Army's latest release from Rise, quite a bit of variants there too... Whats wrong with having options and exclusivity?
nashuo That's... insane. I've never seen so many variations on a first release so many copies pressed, and they still tag these pressings as "limited editions". that's a joke.
Rise is clearly trying to cash in on At The Drive In's name (it's the biggest act they've ever signed) and it may come back to bite them. that label has never done this many variants for any of their releases, let alone the sheer amount of copies; 23,137. Rise are no strangers to keeping things in print or doing re-pressings, but this is out of control. they have exclusive variants everywhere it seems and ridiculous bundles they're trying to sell for insane pries. that /150 variant is exclusive to a bundle that cost $290 and comes with a guitar pedal and a skateboard deck plus other typical things like t-shirts. there is an Australian exclusive, indie store exclusive, Urban Outfitters exclusive and a few more Merchnow/Rise Records exclusives.
That's... insane. I've never seen so many variations on a first release