The Mars Volta have previously teased that they’d eventually make a comeback, and now Cedric Bixler-Zavala revealed that it’s coming sooner than we thought.

Last year, Bixler-Zavala said the band “would be back soon.”

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The Mars Volta broke up back in 2013 after frontman Bixler-Zavala and guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez had a falling out. More recently (and after making up), the two musicians have been working on the resurrected At The Drive-In, their previous project before The Mars Volta formed.

At the time of the original breakup, Bixler-Zavala said in an official statement: “What am I suppose to do be some progressive house wife that’s cool with watching their partner go fuck other bands? The falling out had been four years in the making, so the final announcement on my part was really just to let the children know that Mom and Dad were splitting up.”

That being said, soon after the musicians were working together on another new project.

Back in 2016, Rodríguez-López told Rolling Stone he'd love a Mars Volta reunion: “At some point, we’d love to do [Mars Volta] again too. There’s so much to do there as well. Obviously now we’re focused on At the Drive-In and making this record great and touring.”

Now, the musician has taken to Twitter to give fans a simple update: It’s finally happening.

The announcement began with Bixler-Zavala shared a throwback video of the duo on Twitter.

Then, a fan responded about how they longed for a reunion.

Hopefully, this means that we’ll be getting new music and a possible performance during the campaign of Beto O’Rourke.

In case you have no idea what we’re talking about, the democratic presidential candidate was previously in a band Foss with Bixler-Zavala.

The Mars Volta has been inactive since 2013, but that didn’t stop someone from asking O’Rourke if he’d have the band play at his inauguration.

“We would be honored to have The Mars Volta play anything along the campaign or in the presidency,” O’Rourke responded. “That group is one of the most talented collections of individuals, and I’m really proud that they’re from El Paso.”

We can’t wait to hear what they have in store for us.

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