At The Drive-In announce new album in • ter a • li • a, stream new track “Incurably Innocent”; announce North American tour

Official press release:

With praise still reverberating from December’s unveiling of “Governed By Contagions”, At The Drive-In has issued another clarion call from its first album in 17 years: “Incurably Innocent” is the second track to be released in advance of that record, titled in • ter a • li • a, now available for pre-order and confirmed for release May 5th on Rise Records.

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 (Latin for “among other things”). Produced by Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Rich Costey at Hollywood’s Sound Factory, the 11-song 41-minute in • ter a • li • a picks up where 2000’s Relationship Of Command left off… and rockets off into myriad other trajectories as unpredictable as they are intense.

in • ter a • li • a’s release will be immediately followed by a new series of live dates beginning in At The Drive-In’s native El Paso, Texas and including headline dates at the likes of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and many more before heading to Europe and then to the UK to play Reading and Leeds Festival in August.

Pre-order the album and find further information, updates and tickets at www.atthedriveinmusic.com.

in • ter a • li • a track listing:

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

At The Drive-In is:

Cedric Bixler-Zavala – lead vocals/guitar
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez – guitar/backing vocals
Paul Hinojos – bass
Tony Hajjar – drums
Keeley Davis – guitar/backing vocals

3/17 – New Orleans, LA | Civic Theatre
3/18 – Atlanta, GA | The Tabernacle
3/20 – Washington DC | 9:30 Club
3/22 – New York, NY | Terminal 5
3/25 – Boston, MA | House of Blues
3/27 – Detroit, MI | The Fillmore
3/29 – Toronto, Canada | Rebel (formerly Sound Academy)
5/06 — El Paso TX | County Coliseum
5/08 — Phoenix AZ | Marquee Theatre
5/09 — San Diego CA | Soma
5/12 — San Francisco CA | Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
5/13 — Los Angeles CA | Shrine Auditorium
5/17 — Mexico City | Pepsi Center WTC
6/07 — Austin, TX | Stubb’s
6/09 — San Antonio, TX | Aztec Theatre
6/10 — Houston, TX | Revention Music Center
6/12 — Dallas, TX | Southside Ballroom
6/13 — Oklahoma City, OK | The Criterion
6/15 — Denver, CO | The Fillmore
6/17 — St. Paul, MN | Palace Theatre
6/18 — Chicago, IL | Aragon Ballroom
6/20 — Columbus, OH | Express Live!
6/21 — Cleveland, OH | Agora Theatre
8/15-8/17 — St. Pölten, Austria | FM4 Frequency Festival 2017
8/16-8/19 — Paredes De Coura, Portugal | Paredes De Coura Festival 2017
8/16-8/19 — Kiewit, Belgium | Pukkelpop Festival 2017
8/25-8/27 — Weatherby, UK | Leeds Festival 2017
8/25-8/27 — Reading, UK | Reading Festival 2017