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At The Drive-In Reflect On 20 Years Of Relationship Of Command: “You Changed My Life…”

Members of At The Drive-In celebrate 20 years of their seminal record, Relationship Of Command.

This weekend, At The Drive-In’s incredible third album Relationship Of Command turned 20 – and the members of the El Paso post-hardcore luminaries have been reflecting on the record, despite being on hiatus since 2018.

Lotta kind words from fans and friends about this guy turning 20 years old,” wrote frontman and co-founder Cedric Bixler-Zavala on Instagram, before he posted a long list of thank yous and “big hugs to everyone involved”.

Read this: Relationship Of Command at 20: The breakthrough and breakdown of At The Drive-In

Your stoke was our fuel even when we didn’t see eye to eye,” he said. “If I forgot your name please forgive me. It’s only been 20 years.”

In the comments, Tony Hajjar responded to Cedric: “Happy you posted this brother. Played a song for the family yesterday for the anniversary and got a little emotional. So many ups and downs during that time, but still proud of it. Glad we got to do it again and again. Love you.”

Co-founder and guitarist Jim Ward also stated in his own post for the album, “Happy 20th old friend, you definitely changed my life and I love you very much.”

Spin it loud today (and forever), folks.

Posted on September 14th 2020, 12:32pm
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