Cedric Bixler-Zavala, former vocalist of progressive jazz-rock pioneers the Mars Volta, has put to rest the recent reunion rumors surrounding the group. Speculation began after his current band, Antemasque, canceled their upcoming European tour. You can read all of what the singer had to say below.

The Mars Volta called it a day near the beginning of 2013. Throughout their time together, they released six full-length albums, two of which have been certified Gold in the United States.  

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