Sophie's Floorboard: At The Drive-In
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Singing out water from the rock
The Murder City Devils were the main support, they were a kick ass garage punk band from Seattle, they were funny guys and liked to party. The guys from ATDI were really nice too, a couple of them watched our sound check and invited us into their dressing room, they seemed tired, I could tell they had been touring forever.
At this point the different factions within the band had already manifested and were sticking together - Jim, Tony and Paul who later formed Sparta and Omar and Cedric who formed The Mars Volta. The gig was sold out, the Empire was packed and there was an air of anticipation. We didn't know what to expect playing in front of so many people as we took to the stage, but the audience were totally up for it, it was a great show. I don't think we knew at that point that how influential this show would be for us as a band, we thought we knew what we were doing we were about to get taught a lesson.
We got our gear off the stage super quick and headed into the crowd with a few beers to watch these American bands tear Belfast a new one.AT THE DRIVE IN - RELATIONSHIP OF COMMAND  - Full Album
Murder City Devils hit the stage, they were full of energy and honesty and blasted the crowd hard, it was guitar attack, full on punk rock. At this point you could cut the tension with a knife. I remember hearing this weird electronic intro music really low and then ATDI literally exploded on to the stage.
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I was blown away, totally immersed in their show. I had never seen anything like it, Cedric bounced all over the stage pulling weird shapes yelping and firing the mic into the air occasionally strangling himself with the cord and screaming Beware! This command to learn Haazinu off by heart lies heavy on my tongue yet the numbers of my Rosh Hashanahs pile up and, although year by year I commit a few more verses to memory, I am a sieve that loses more than it holds.
I need to find my individual and religious place and this is a place to sing the Torah with my own voice. The song of Haazinu offers a vision of the creation of a people who do or do not serve God and, with that, the voice that can make that happen. Last year, I sat on my Jerusalem balcony, scratching my thirsty pen into a rain dance, the song I would sing in between verses of Hallel as the first rain fell.
Give me a kind heart.
Give me drive to change myself. At a time when we are just about to pray for rain, the connection of song, the medium, to the message of rainfall is important. Just as water gives shape to anything, given enough time and persistence, so too our voices with the content of Torah, can lift and shape our reality. With this single and album, At The Drive-In nearly broke into the rock mainstream. They quite possibly could have, with numerous TV appearances, as well as a very well-known appearance at Big Day Out in That same year though, they finally had to call it quits.
Members within the band all wanted to go in different directions, and that could not be reconciled while in At The Drive-In.
On the bright side though, two incredible bands spawned after ATDI ended. Cedric and Omar formed the very well-known The Mars Volta, who fully embraced prog rock and continued to put out fantastic albums for years that featured some incredible musicianship.
Both of these bands eventually ended though, which brings us back to ATDI. Inover a decade after the band's last show, At The Drive-In announced their reunion. They played a headlining set at Coachella, as well as a handful of other shows and festival appearances that year. Now inthe band are back, and seemingly more full-time than their brief reunion before. They've been touring full-time, and have plans to release a new full-length under the At The Drive-In name.
However, this is without founding member Jim Ward, for whatever reason. His replacement is guitarist Keeley Davis, who played in Sparta.