At The Drive-In

By Brad Austin

 

            While At the Drive-In were usually passed off as a post-hardcore band, they were closer in sound, attitude, and ethos, to the post-punk and emo of Fugazi, even sharing a DIY mentality with hardcore punk bands of the early ‘80s. Brutally earnest lead singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala shouted and sang his abstract personal/political rhetoric over the ever-changing rhythms and styles that bordered on chaos. For their first six years, the Texas-bred band toured nearly incessantly, releasing four EPs and two... Read More

Genre:
Rock, Alternative/Indie, Emo
City Of Origin:
El Paso, ,Texas United States
Formed Date:
1993
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