Apparently, The Mars Volta have reunited and are currently working on new music. In a series of tweets that nearly broke music Twitter on Saturday, frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala hinted at the band’s impending return, posting a response a fan who said “I dream with you guys giving TMV a new chapter,” Bixler-Zavala replied, “It’s happening.” He followed it up with more comments about making new music. The Mars Volta broke up in 2013 after Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodríguez-López had a falling out. One year later, however, the longtime collaborators made amends, attributing their feud to a small disagreement between brothers that played out in the public eye. They subsequently formed a new band, Antemasque, and reunited their pre-Mars Volta outfit, At-the Drive-In. We’ll keep you posted as this story develops.
— cedric bixler zavala (@cedricbixler_) May 24, 2019
@cedricbixler_ hey Cedric just curious if TMV would ever consider doing a Deloused tour? I caught Volta in Toronto w/ RHCP years back during the DITC tour but you were unable to sing so John Frusciante played with the fellas. Great show but bummed that you were under the weather.
— Jimi James (@JimiJamesT) May 13, 2019