Capping off a triumphant year of live shows worldwide and the critically acclaimed in • ter a • li • a (Rise Records), At The Drive In has yet another surprise in store for fans: available exclusively for Record Store Day’s Black Friday, the band will be releasing Diamanté – a 3-song EP on 10-inch vinyl via Rise Records, out November 24th.
Produced by Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and mixed by Johann Scheerer, the EP was recorded at Clouds Hill Studio in Hamburg, Germany in the summer of 2017.
Ahead of the EP’s release, the band offers a cryptic message behind Diamanté:
“How do you weaponize the insatiable thirst for life among vultures? How do you deprogram the coroner dissecting hiatus ? What light beckons you from the sewers of suggestion? Is your instinct extinct ? Or does it hide in the flash burn of counterfeit automatons? 5 boys with guilty slingshots swaying to the Midwitch Sound. Blinded by the DIAMANTÉ.”
The track list for Diamanté is:
Despondent at High Noon
Point of Demarkation
Diamanté will only be available at exclusively at your local independent record store on Record Store Day’s Black Friday (November 24th)—to find yours, head on over to recordstoreday.com.
At The Drive In have announced their first UK headline tour next March. Support comes from Death From Above and Le Butcherettes.Tickets are available from https://divisionpromotions.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=808e90db6b994977cb0e08bb8&id=f414b51974&e=7f3fa1af09.
UK TOUR DATES, MARCH 2018:
Friday 9th March – London, UK Brixton
Saturday 10th March – Newcastle, UK O2 Academy
Monday 12th March – Birmingham, UK Academy 2
Tuesday 13th March – Manchester, UK O2 Apollo
Thursday 15th March – Glasgow, UK O2 Academy
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