Band the Mars Volta broke up (video)

Band the Mars Volta broke up (video)Vocalist and one of the two main participants of the progressive rock band the Mars Volta Cedric Bixler-Zavala announced on his Twitter that he was leaving the team. "It's no more pretending: I'm not a member of The Mars Volta," wrote musician, thanking all the fans.He also complained of the second co-founder of The Mars Volta, the multi-instrumentalist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez. According to singer, only he was himself interested in the existence of the group, and, in particular, insisted on a full blown North American tour in support of their latest album "Noctourniquet" (2012). Instead, Rodriguez-Lopez more engaged with their side projects, in particular band Bosnian Rainbows."What am I supposed to do, sit prog rock a housewife, while my partner goes to the left, Fucks other groups?!", - written by Bixler-Zavala.A few hours before his escapades singer on Twitter, Rodriguez-Lopez has released the first song Bosnian Rainbows and gave an interview to NME, in which, inter alia, stated that it feels strange when it is Bixler-Zavala: "It's such a bittersweet and wonderful moment for both of us, because he's working on a solo album, which will be a lot of acoustics". Rodriguez-Lopez stated that he would be very interested to hear the recordings of his friend, which does not participate himself. Well, the first album by Bosnian Rainbows was recorded in Germany and is due out in 2013, said the musician.The Bixler-Zavala and Rodriguez-Lopez played together in the post-hardcore group At the Drive-In disbanded in 2001. In the same year, they collected The Mars Volta, the music which mixed progressive rock, math rock and hardcore punk and jazz. The band released six albums, and in 2009 he received a Grammy for the song "Wax Simulacra".Source: band the Mars Volta broke up (video).

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