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Interpol expands tour through November to promote new album 'El Pintor.'
Off their upcoming album 'El Pintor', Interpol seems to have regained their signature sound.
More About Interpol
Technically speaking, all things Interpol began at NYU in 1997, when guitarist Daniel Kessler recruited bassist Carlos Dengler and singer/guitarist Paul Banks to form a band. In 2002, with Sam Fogarino on drums, the band signed to Matador and released Turn On The Bright Lights, which Pitchfork named the year's #1 album. Over the next decade, they would go on to release a trio of records that found them cracking the Top 5 on the Billboard 200; earning rave reviews from Rolling Stone to TIME along with performances on Letterman, Conan, Leno, and more; headlining major festivals like Lollapalooza and All Tomorrow's Parties; and touring with iconic bands including U2 and the Cure.
Following the departure of Dengler at the end of sessions for their 2010 self-titled LP and a relentless marathon of more than 200 shows in support of it, the band's remaining members took a break for most of 2012. Without him, Banks stepped in to write and perform the bass parts for the first time.
In contrast with previous records, Interpol took a step back on El Pintor, recorded at the legendary Electric Lady Studios and the brand new Atomic Sound in NYC. There may not have been any guarantees that they would record again, but the result is as accomplished and thrilling a collection as the band has ever released.