At The Drive-In look set to reform

Good news for rock fans with American post-hardcore legends At The Drive-In reported to be in talks to reform. The El Paso band split up in 2001 with the band's singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala and guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López forming prog-rockers The Mars Volta.

Zavala spoke to Drowned In Sound about the possibility of the band getting back together: "We've been making amends with a lot of the members and having some really good talks with them," the singer said. "We've been trying to get our financial business in order because a lot of people have been ripping off that band really badly."

The big haired singer continued: "I wouldn't mind it [a reformation]. It might happen, we just have to iron out a lot of personal things. A lot of it we've dealt with already and I've apologised for a lot of things I've said and the way it ended... we'll see what happens."

Here's hoping that they can bury the hatchet and start kicking out the jams again.

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