Tag: Coheed and Cambria

Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria

Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria

“…I think a lot of Coheed fans that are in for the long haul and what is all the facets of The Amory Wars are gonna be really excited about what this is.” From Release: The Unheavenly Creatures is Coheed and Cambria’s eighth studio album. Their furious return to concept albums (15 songs over 78 minutes) is the ‘First Act’ in […]

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COHEED AND CAMBRIA Share New Single ‘Unheavenly Creatures’ | New Album ‘The Unheavenly Creatures’ Out October 5

COHEED AND CAMBRIA Share New Single ‘Unheavenly Creatures’ | New Album ‘The Unheavenly Creatures’ Out October 5

Coheed and Cambria have shared their new single Unheavenly Creatures, the title track from their widely anticipated new LP, The Unheavenly Creatures, set for release on October 5 and available to pre-order now. Unheavenly Creatures is accompanied by the P.R. Brown directed official video and an exclusive interview with frontman Claudio Sanchez, both available to view at Marvel.com. Fans can also tune in today for Marvel’s weekly podcast, This Week […]

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Coheed and Cambria – The Metro Theatre, Sydney – May 5, 2016

Coheed and Cambria – The Metro Theatre, Sydney – May 5, 2016

Date: Thursday May 5, 2016 Venue: The Metro Theatre, Sydney Supported By: Closure In Moscow Photos by: Gwendolyn Lee – Gwendolyn Lee Photography Images should not be reproduced without consent of photographer and MTRBWY Check out our review of the show HERE                                  

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Coheed and Cambria – The Metro Theatre, Sydney – May 5, 2016

Coheed and Cambria – The Metro Theatre, Sydney – May 5, 2016

It’s been a few years since Coheed and Cambria graced our shores but tonight off the back of their newest album ‘The Color Before The Sun’ they’re back. I’m actually a little ashamed to admit that this will be my first Coheed headline show, so to say I’m looking forward to it is an understatement… Closure In Moscow opened the […]

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Josh Eppard of Coheed and Cambria (Video Interview)

Josh Eppard of Coheed and Cambria (Video Interview)

“I just give our fan base a lot of credit, they’re always willing to take the journey with us. What can you say? I can’t name another fan base that would do that, here we are, what, eight records in and a lot of really different records… They’re always willing to go for the ride with us…” Coheed and Cambria […]

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Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria

Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria

“…when I’m on stage I get to be something else, there’s this strange transformation that happens that kind of brings out a part of my personality that doesn’t get exercised all that often in everyday life. So that’s what I love about it, I get to meet another side of me.” From Release: After traversing the outer limits of science […]

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COHEED AND CAMBRIA Australian Tour Support announce plus extra show in Newecastle

COHEED AND CAMBRIA Australian Tour Support announce plus extra show in Newecastle

Closure in Moscow have been added as the support to the COHEED AND CAMBRIA Australian Tour! Also Newcastle show has been added and is on sale MONDAY MAY 9th – The Cambridge Hotel , Newcastle 18+ Based in Melbourne, Australia, but having already travelled much of the globe, Closure in Moscow are a progressive rock powerhouse with a penchant for […]

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COHEED AND CAMBRIA release brand new single, add second Melbourne show

COHEED AND CAMBRIA release brand new single, add second Melbourne show

To coincide with the bands forthcoming Australian Tour, New York’s legendary post-hardcore prog visionaries COHEED AND CAMBRIA are proud to unleash the 3rd single (ISLAND) taken from the bands first foray into non- conceptual albums. ‘The Color Before The Sun’ marks the bands first released outside of The Amory Wars story line which has to date, tied their music together. […]

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COHEED AND CAMBRIA announce Australian tour!

COHEED AND CAMBRIA announce Australian tour!

After traversing the outer limits of science fiction over seven acclaimed concept albums, COHEED AND CAMBRIA’slatest offering ‘The Color Before The Sun’ marks the bands first non – conceptual album and the first to be recorded live in the studio. Founder and songwriter Claudio Sanchez explores his emotions nakedly, plainly and unabashedly. Listen to tracks from the album: ”ATLAS” + ”ERASER” + ”GHOST” + ”PEACE TO THE MOUNTAIN” “This is the band’s […]

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Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria

Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria

“I think it’s through and through a Coheed album in the sense that it explores different territories of the band. And in different way than we ever have before. And that is something Coheed had done with every record.” From Release: The Color Before The Sun is the outfit’s eighth studio album and their first non-conceptual release, with the previous […]

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COHEED AND CAMBRIA announce new single and album release date

COHEED AND CAMBRIA announce new single and album release date

Coheed and Cambria will release their new album, The Color Before The Sun, on Oct. 9 via 300 Entertainment.  The band is giving fans an early listen, streaming the song and lyrics for “You Got Spirit, Kid” via Coheedandcambria.com, with the digital download of the single available July 10. The Color Before The Sun is the outfit’s eighth studio album and their first non-conceptual release, […]

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Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria

Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria

“I consider Coheed to be a rolling ball in a way, and every album has rolled through and collected the parts of that album, the experimenting and this and that and then we just rolled into what Afterman is. I think if I had to choose a record that represents that band, and I know most musicians would say this, […]

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Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman: Descension

Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman: Descension

In summary: A perfect companion and conclusion to The Afterman storyline concept. Musically and lyrically heartfelt and one to definitely check out. Following on from 2012’s ‘The Afterman: Ascension’ here only a few months later Coheed and Cambria bring us part two of this opus in ‘The Afterman: Descension’ and if it’s anything like the first then this will be […]

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Coheed and Cambria Australian tour announced!

Coheed and Cambria Australian tour announced!

It would be hard to find a band with grander artistic scope than COHEED AND CAMBRIA. They continue to remain a unique beast, impossible to classify and are simply this generation’s greatest musical storytellers. Following five groundbreaking albums, the New York foursome are back and in no less dramatic fashion than is to be expected. The Afterman: Ascension and The […]

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Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman, Ascension

Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman, Ascension

In 25 words or less:  “This album sees the band at perhaps their most musically accessible.” Coheed and Cambria are one of those bands that I’ve just never gotten into, more so to do with the “concept album” attachment to each of their releases, rather than necessarily not finding anything to like in a musical sense, although in saying that, […]

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Coheed And Cambria announce upcoming double concept album ‘The Afterman’ with split release

Coheed And Cambria announce upcoming double concept album ‘The Afterman’ with split release

First Installment, ‘The Afterman: Ascension’ to be released October 12 Modern progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria’s upcoming sixth studio album will be a double concept album entitled, ‘The Afterman’,and will be released in two separate full-length volumes. The band made the announcement this week via a cinematic video trailer, a 90-second black and white classic film-noir style short, from director Robert Schober online now […]

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Fred Mascherino of Terrible Things

Fred Mascherino of Terrible Things

“The last time I was there, it was probably the most positive, fun tour that Taking Back Sunday ever had for me.  The idea of coming back is something I am really looking forward to.” The bands Taking Back Sunday and Coheed and Cambria will be known to most people, however how many of you have heard of Terrible Things, […]

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