On November 9, Orange County-based punk label Fearless Records will reissue the majority of At The Drive In's catalog, most of which was out of print. The four records making their way back to the manufacturer next month are the band's 1996 debut Acrobatic Tenement, 1998's In/Casino/Out, 1999's seven-song EP Vaya and the band's 2000 breakout album Relationship Of Command. According to Billboard, the latter will include a pair of bonus tracks, "Extracurricular", from the Japanese version of the album, and "Catacombs", which was found on the Euro and Japanese editions of Relationship Of Command. The other discs will be re-released straight up with no additional cool tracks.
If that wasn't enough for fans old and new, Fearless is also planning an anthology for spring 2005. Not only will it package the band's "best of" material alongside rarities and previously unreleased material, but a companion DVD with videos, live footage and interviews will also be available. Too bad it won't be here in time for the holidays.