Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Expects Mars Volta To Make Another Album

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(Prog) Omar Rodriguez-Lopez says he has "a feeling" that Mars Volta could record another album together. The band split in 2012 following the release of sixth album Noctourniquet - but Rodriguez-Lopez says recording again is something he's keen to do, although his At The Drive-In touring commitments and albums plans are his top priority.

He tells Rolling Stone: "At some point, we'd love to do Mars Volta again, you know what I mean? Obviously now we're focused on At The Drive-In and making this record great and touring. Jon Theodore is doing Queens of the Stone Age right now.

"There are only four surviving members of the real Mars Volta, which is Eva Gardner, the original bass player who gave us all our soul but unfortunately had to leave the band because her father died on the second tour; Ikey Owens, who isn't with us any more; Jeremy Ward, who isn't with us any more; and Jon Theodore.

"Jon and Eva are still alive, and we're so grateful for that. And any true fan of the band knows that's the real chemistry right there." Read more here.

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