The Mars Volta have already started writing for their next two albums. Even though The Bedlam in Goliath has been out for just two months, Rodríguez-López - who, after a two-week trip to Mexico, was asked to score Guillermo Arriaga's and Jorge Hernandez Aldana's film "El Búfalo de la Noche" - said the band is already collecting material for the next two albums. Seriously.
"The Bedlam in Goliath is a year old for me at this point, and it was written a year before that, so, essentially, it's two years old for me," he said. "Whatever people know of us [from] the new album, it's actually two years behind where I am now. So you have to put your current world in park and go in reverse just to talk about whatever's 'new.' "
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