At The Drive-In play first show together in 11 years | Guitar Interactive Magazine

Published 11 years ago on April 11, 2012

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

The newly reformed 'At The Drive-In' played their first show together in 11 years on Monday night to a sold out crowd.

The show took place at the Red 7 venue in Austin, Texas and according to reports hundreds of fans who didn't have tickets scaled fences and clambered onto adjacent rooftops as well as climbing trees for a peak at the garage-punk icons.

Monday's intimate showcase will mark the first of a handful of teaser-shows to be held in the band's El Paso hometown, with their festival return coming later this month at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. More dates are expected to be added throughout the year.
At The Drive-In setlist:

'Arc Arsenal'
'Pattern AgainstUSer'
'Sleepwalk Capsules'
'Napoleon Solo'
'Metronome Arthritis'
'Non Zero Possibility'
'One Armed Scissor'


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