Due March 26 on Warner Bros. Records, "Noctourniquet" was recorded on the heels of the band's 2009 release "Octahedron," which debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard 200 and has sold 84,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The bulk of At The Drive-In's catalog will be back in print Nov. 9, when Orange County punk label Fearless Records reissues four discs, including the band's 2000 breakthrough "Relationship of Command."
Less than two weeks after At The Drive-In broke up in 2001, Omar Rodriguez and Cedric Bixler had formed the Mars Volta. Without even hearing a note of their new endeavor, major labels began making calls.
On hiatus from At The Drive In since last spring, that group's principal members Cedric Bixler and Omar Rodriguez will resurface with their new band, the Mars Volta. The outfit will issue its debut EP, "Tremulant," in late March via San Diego-based independent label Gold Standard Labs (GSL). Featuring the tracks "Cut That City," "Concertina," and "Eunuchs Provocateur," the first post-ATDI release will be available on both CD on vinyl.