Newswire: At The Drive-In cancel last four dates of reunion tour

The sporadically united rockers of At The Drive-In have announced that they’re canceling the last four stops on their recent reunion tour. The announcement—reported on by Pitchfork—comes after a series of canceled shows in New York and Washington D.C., reportedly owing to vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala losing his voice and attempting to prevent damage to his vocal cords. The band posted a message on its Facebook page, apologizing to fans, and promising to make up the missed dates at some future time.

This latest tour—announced back in January—is actually At The Drive-In’s second reunion tour, after a similar effort in 2011 and 2012. The band originally broke up in 2001, while at the height of their popularity and critical success. Bixler-Zavala and guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López went on to form The Mars Volta, while bassist Paul Hinojos, drummer Tony Hajjar, and Jim Ward—who was …

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