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Antemasque, the latest project to be given musical birth to by The Mars Volta’s Omar Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala, have unveiled their self-titled debut album. Featuring contributions from Volta drummer David Elitch and Flea, the album is available for streaming in its entirety below. The band originally intended to release only 4AM — one of
Antemasque, a group consisting of former members of The Mars Volta Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Cedric Bixler-Zavala, and Dave Elitch, with bass contributions from Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, have shared a new piece of of music, a post-punky bop dubbed Hangin’ in the Lurch. The frenetic track recalls the earliest days of Rodriguez-Lopez and
Guitar gods John Frusciante, formerly of Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, formerly of The Mars Volta, having continued their musically lucrative working relationship, forming a new band dubbed Kimono Kult, with members of Bosnian Rainbows, Swahili Blonde, and more. The band features members from Le Butcherettes, Dante Vs. Zombies, and Raw Geronimo, with
New Zealand songstress Kimbra has taken to Instagram to express elation at working with At The Drive-In and Mars Volta mastermind Omar Rodriguez-Lopez. The ARIA Award-winner has labeled Rodriguez-Lopez a major influence. Kimbra posted several images of herself in the studio with Rodriguez-Lopez, with incredulous messages such as “In the studio with the one &
It was a rare clash of the titans when Mars Volta and At The Drive In’s Omar Rodriguez-Lopez created Bosnian Rainbows with Teri Gender Bender of Le Butcherettes but, from what we can tell listening to the new album, their powers have combined for a balanced mix of both sensibilities, and a record that’s as
If you’re still in a sad state after The Mars Volta split up earlier this year, this might brighten your day a smidgen – Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and his newest project Bosnian Rainbows have given us some juicy details on their forthcoming self-titled album. Set for release in the US on 25th June, the record contains
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, best known as the superstar guitarist of seminal post-hardcore group At the Drive-In and proto-prog rock outfit The Mars Volta, will return to Australia for the second year running, playing a run of shows through November and December with his band the Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Group. Despite playing amongst two of the best known
Omar Rodriguez Lopez from progressive rock band The Mars Volta has revealed the dates for his upcoming Australian tour in December after announcing his visit via his Facebook the other day. Mexican garage punk band Le Butcherettes will support on the tour, and Rodriguez-Lopez will jump on bass guitar for their tour sets as well.