This lightning bolt from the year 2000 is now widely available on sweet 180 gram vinyl. At the Drive-In teamed up with nu-metal’s Ross Robinson to visceral effect, turning a generation of the mislead on to music that was any-good. Replace your scratched old cd copy of Relationship of Command (or napstered mp3s) now!
Limited Vinyl Double LP £21.49 TRANS155X
Ltd 2LP on Transgressive.
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Vinyl Double LP £21.49 TRANS155XX
180g vinyl reissue 2LP on Transgressive.
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9/10 Jack 2nd February 2015
At The Drive-In has to be among the most unique and hard-to-pigeonhole bands of the '90s. They are too melodic and adventurous for hardcore (even though their level of intensity is close to bands like Refused), and although they are frequently lumped in as part of the emo genre, there is nothing explicitly "emo" about ATDI--no whiny vocals, no middle school-level poetry about lost girlfriends, and no fake irritating screams that are supposed to evoke "emotion." Relationship Of Command, the band's third and final album, is filled with fast tempos, relentlessly pounding rhythms, dense collages of dissonant sound, killer choruses, and bizarre lyrics with some sort of underlying political meaning--this is 100% ATDI, and nothing else.
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