Who mixed Frances the Mute?

Rich Costey

Artist Credit
Rich Costey Mixing
Peter Curzon Cover Art, Photography
Jon DeBaun Engineer
Juan Alderete de la Peña Group Member

Who is The Mars Volta?

The Mars Volta is an American progressive rock band from El Paso, Texas, formed in 2001. The band’s final live lineup consisted of Omar Rodríguez-López (guitar, producer, direction), Cedric Bixler-Zavala (vocals, lyrics), Juan Alderete (bass), Marcel Rodríguez-López (keyboards, percussion), and Deantoni Parks (drums).

Where was Frances The Mute recorded?

The album was recorded all over the place, from Byron Bay to New York City. Yet despite the disparate surroundings it was recorded in, Frances The Mute sounds utterly coherent and fully realised.

Will Mars Volta ever tour again?

The Mars Volta have confirmed a reunion is in the works. A reunion of The Mars Volta is in the cards, according to band member Cedric Bixler-Zavala. After a fan tweeted, “I dream of you guys giving TMV a new chapter,” Bixler-Zavala replied, “It’s happening.”

Is Cedric Bixler a Scientologist?

Bixler-Zavala was a member of the Church of Scientology. Bixler-Zavala had credited Scientology with his changed attitude on the use of drugs. He attended the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre event in 2013. In 2015, Bixler-Zavala spoke about his decision to stop smoking marijuana.

Why is Frances The Mute not on the album?

Track listing. The album was initially slated to have six songs, however the title track “Frances the Mute” (which was going to be the first song) was left out due to time constraints.

Is Mars Volta still together?

The Mars Volta have broken up, singer Cedric Bixler Zavala announced last night in a series of tweets. “I can’t sit here and pretend anymore,” he wrote. “I am no longer a member of the Mars Volta.”