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Coheed and Cambria is an American rock band from Nyack, New York. Formed in 2001, the group incorporates aspects of progressive rock, punk rock, metal and post-hardcore. Check our available Coheed and Cambria concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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The mythos behind Coheed and Cambria' s concept album career is exhausting. Along with five albums, there are comics and graphic novels that broaden the story of The Amory Wars to a dizzying scope. Finally, it seemed, the initial story behind the characters of "Coheed" and "Cambria" was completed with 2010?s Year of the Black Rainbow . Then the band announced a double album, to be released in two parts, giving the back story behind everything they had previously released...
No regrets After releasing the disappointingly stagnant final entry/first chapter (don't ask) in their five-part "Amory Wars" saga, Year of the Black Rainbow, in 2009, many fans wondered what progressive rock/pop troupe Coheed and Cambria would do next. Considering that the group's namesake comes from the story, it would seem out of place for them to release anything that wasn't thematically connected to the same fictional universe...
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Descension (Everything Evil / Hundred Handed Inc.) Buy it from Insound Alright, I'm going to completely skip the pleasantries and just get right at this. As a longtime fan of Coheed & Cambria, I really, really hated The Afterman: Ascension. In fact, if you ask me (which if you're still reading this, you sort of are) the band has been in a tailspin decline since the muddled, over-thought Year Of The Black Rainbow...
The first thing you hear is a...ukulele? Yep. That's a ukulele. Prelethal, the first track off Coheed And Cambria's The Afterman: Descension, is very pretty, and sets the scene nicely for the rest of their seventh studio album. Technically, the record is part of a double album, with 2012's Afterman: The Ascension, also released on label V2, comprising the first half...
Release Date: February 5, 2013 There was a certain amount of doubt circling among the fans of Coheed And Cambria after the band's 2010 release, Year Of The Black Rainbow. Several fans did not the direction the band was headed in. Talk to any fan of Coheed And Cambria and there is probably a 90% chance that they will say their least favorite album is Year Of The Black Rainbow or the band's 2007 release, No World For Tomorrow...
Goto commentsLeave a commentShare Still Not of This World Coheed and Cambria don't mind sprawl or, in the most flattering sense of the word, pretension: Pretension in the sense of aspiring to cohere their entire discography into a loose constellation of narratives, each a star in her own way shining in an imaginary galaxy, and then there's just the music itself--adept and almost antsy instrumentally and prone to equal parts theater and wanderlust vocally...
After struggling to make it through The Afterman: Ascension last October, I was dead-set on ducking another Coheed and Cambria album with that preconceived notion that it would suck. Then I decided that maybe it could pleasantly surprise me or that I'd have a rare negative review to throw in the mix (God spare Punk Goes Pop Vol. 5)! Well, it turned out to be the former and saying I was blindsided The Afterman: Descension is a grand understatement...
Release Date: October 9, 2012 A disconcerting pattern is developing among some of my favorite bands these days. Bands come out with a buzz worthy album or two, and the sky's the limit. Next, the career defining album, where the band outlines its sound and place in the music scene, at this point the fan base grows to its largest...
Release Date: October 9th, 2012 It's no secret that Coheed and Cambria have gone through some tumultuous times these past few years. In 2006, both the drummer and the bassist departed. Claudio, unsure of the band's future, sat down with songwriters and worked on a couple songs for movie soundtracks. Fortunately, Claudio and Travis made a decision to move forward and Mic Todd came back into the fold during the recording process of No World For Tomorrow...
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