At the Drive‐In
1994 to 2012
El Paso, Texas, United States
At the Drive-In is an American post-hardcore band from El Paso, Texas, active from 1993 to 2001. They were known for their extremely energetic stage shows which hearkened back to the 1980s hardcore scene. They were also recognized for their blend of surrealistic lyrics, unorthodox guitar melodies and unpredictable shifts in tempo and rhythm. Founded by Jim Ward (guitars) & Cedric Bixler Zavala (vocals - at the time a member of punk band, Foss, in which he played drums). ATD-I's first studio recording was Hell Paso (Western Breed), an EP issued in 1994.
Thoughts on Songs with At the Drive‐In
2 years ago
The Bel Air Colonial Dlux # 5 is a vintage coffin. ""Imperial Casket Co. Model #5 The Bel-Air Colonial Deluxe. Mahogany finish Half Couch. Eggshell delustre crepe. Interior semi-pipe organ. Panel 3 x 1 bronze extension handles. 'All the Warmth that Wood Can Give'." " A double entendre hinting at the impeding death of those who trade their lives away to feel the "warm" feeling that opiates provide.