At The Drive-In
this band is one of the worst bands i have ever heard, they try to be Rage Agaisnt the Machine, but cant pull it off. If I slaped my dick on a guitar it would sound better then them
>>By your mom (Thursday, 10 Apr 2003 19:09)
At the drive-in are in no way trying to be Rage. what the hell are you talking about? in all the many at the drive-in songs ive heard, there hasnt been anything close to the rapping that zach does in rage. They are a truly great band. Their sound is so original and from the heart. In casino/out is well better than relationship, tho it takes longer to get into. The portrayal of true emotions through the lyrics and music in their songs is amazing. I love them. One of the best bands ever. I think that they are gonna influence many great band in the future. For example, the nu-metal genre. I cant say im a fan, but papa roach's singer loves at the drive-in. And system of a dow(great band) have taken alotta influence from them
>>By kyle (Friday, 11 Apr 2003 00:38)
First of all At The Drive-In isn't emo...What was that silly kid tlaking about? And what about the fucking retard that said they were trying to be Rage Agasint The Machine (another great band), what the fuck is he talking about...? THey don't sound like RATM and they're not even the same type of music. Anyways, At The Drive-In are awesome, they're music fucking rules and so do the lyrics.
>>By Manny (Friday, 11 Apr 2003 22:23)
Being an aussie it took me 4 months to get In/Casino/Out ... and i fucking love it. Worth the wait, I can't stop listening to it. I think its better than relationship of command. All I have to say is listen to Track 04 - Napolean solo. And to say they're wannabe RATM..... you got rocks in your head or something? geez....
>>By this is forever (Sunday, 13 Apr 2003 15:42)
At the drive in has been a HUGE influence on my guitar playing. Fucking great band. they have everything, badass music great lyrics and tons of emotion. All in all they are the best band to have come out in the past couple years.
>>By Talman22 (Saturday, 19 Apr 2003 20:50)
I would have to say ATDI is the best band i have ever heard, and believe me i have heard so many bands. sooo yeah, they cannot be simply categorized into a genre like some people have been trying, saying that they are emo. this does not do justice to the musical genius of these musicians. and my theory about people who dont like them is that they simply dont have the mental capacity to understand them, and truly enjoy the music. wellllllllllllllllllllllllll atdi is coooooool
>>By uhhh...Bret (Saturday, 10 May 2003 21:54)
Remember when you opened the cd and you first heard "Arcarsenal"? Well once i stepped into their world it was a whirlwind. Cedric has amazing vocals and omar handles his guitar with pure chemistry with Cedric. The whole band is a good mixture. Each one of them compliments eachother. If you haven't listened to "Relationship of Command" you should try "enfilade," "Quarantined"....dude just check out the band.
>>By Ruthie (Monday, 12 May 2003 23:32)
They seem to know how to deliever with fullforce. At the Drive In deserves credit and attention. Got the Sparta Cd (its good). What something new.....get some At the Drive In ...it'll make you feel better about your music direction.
>>By Marilyn (Monday, 12 May 2003 23:39)
At the Drive-in in probably the best rock band to come out within the last century. They are more intense and more original than any band in recent memory. Pure innovation and imagination come from their writing, they're music, and they're on-stage presence. They're style has become progressively deeper since Acrobatic Tenement. The music became even more unrestricted and groundbreaking as they progressed. It is very sad and very unfortunate that they have broken up. They have been quoted as saying that they will NEVER get back together again. Still, if you appreciated the direction they were going as much as I do, you will thoroughly enjoy The Mars Volta. The new group is extremely talented and ambitious. If you are willing to venture into something refreshing and unrestricted by rock standards, I think you will fall is love with them as I did. Their direction and growth are prood that, while At The Drive-in will never regroup, the spirit of the band is very much alive.
>>By MusicMan (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 20:40)
Whoa, mad typos in that one.
>>By Musicman (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 20:51)
ATDI brilliant pity they broke up
>>By punkthissht (Sunday, 22 Feb 2004 00:54)
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