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Coheed & Cambria

Although originally formed as a rock trio in 1995, New York's Coheed and Cambria officially took root in 2001, shedding their former name of Shabutie and embracing a fusion of progressive rock, emocore, and highly conceptual album themes. Vocalist/guitarist Claudio Sanchez, guitarist Travis Stever, bassist Michael Todd, and drummer Joshua Eppard issued their group's full-length debut, 2002's The Second Stage Turbine Blade, on the Albany-based Equal Vision Records. The band toured extensively for more than a year in support of the album, which was created as the second installment (although the band's first release) of a five-part fictional saga about the doomed marriage of two characters, Coheed and Cambria, whose children may or may not be infected with a serum whose power can destroy the universe. The Amory Wars, a detailed graphic novel series written by Sanchez himself, further explains the band's science fiction narratives.

In fall 2003, Coheed and Cambria issued In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3. The vibrant sophomore effort (part three of the five-part saga) resulted in moderate success on the Billboard charts, with the singles "A Favor House Atlantic" and "Blood Red Summer" faring well on such media outlets as MTV. Coheed and Cambria subsequently toured North America with Thursday, Thrice, AFI, and Rainer Maria. They also joined the tenth annual Warped Tour in summer 2004 and embarked on their first headlining European tour, whose dates coincided with the success of the "Favor House Atlantic" single. The invigorated band then returned with Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Vol. 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness in September 2005; the album (part four) was also the first installment of a two-part conclusion to the band's running sci-fi story line. Released by Columbia, it hit number seven on Billboard's Top 200, partially due to the success of "The Suffering" and "Welcome Home."

All was not well within the group, however, and both bassist Michael Todd and drummer Josh Eppard departed in 2006. While the band paused to sort out its future, Equal Vision released the debut from Sanchez's indie electronic solo project, the Prize Fighter Inferno, that October. Entitled My Brother's Blood Machine, the album continued in the tradition of Sanchez's primary group, spinning a tale of three families in a story that pre-dates the Coheed/Cambria saga and is narrated by "Inferno" (aka Jesse, Coheed's brother). Meanwhile, Sanchez and Stever decided to carry on and, bolstered by the return of Todd and the temporary enlistment of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, began recording their fourth album, Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Vol. 2: No World for Tomorrow. The group's lineup was soon cemented with the addition of ex-Dillinger Escape Plan drummer Chris Pennie, and the album -- part two of the saga's two-tiered conclusion -- was released in October 2007, followed by the live recording Neverender: Children of the Fence in 2009. In 2010 the band returned with Year of the Black Rainbow, which served as a prequel to the Amory Wars story line. In the fall of 2012, Coheed and Cambria released the first of a two-part album, Afterman: Ascension. Its sequel, Afterman: Decension, appeared in February of 2013.

Uncharacteristically, the band's next album was a left turn. The Color Before the Sun marked a first in that it was recorded live in a Nashville studio with producer Jay Joyce and included minimal overdubs. But perhaps its greatest surprise was that it was a first: a stand-alone album free of concepts explored on their seven previous full-lengths. That said, its bright, pop-punk first single "You Got Spirit, Kid," was introduced via a video whose first frame humorously showcased a school billboard adorned with the words, "Rad Times at Amory High." According to Sanchez, these new songs were meant to expose his "raw feelings." It was released in October 2015. ~ Andrew Leahey & Bradley Torreano
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Afterman: Deluxe Set (Live Edition)

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Track List: The Afterman: Ascension

1. The Hollow

2. Key Entity Extraction I: Domino The Destitute

3. The Afterman

4. Mothers Of Men

5. Goodnight, Fair Lady

6. Key Entity Extraction II: Holly Wood The Cracked

7. Key Entity Extraction III: Vic The Butcher

8. Key Entity Extraction: IV: Evagria The Faithful

9. Subtraction

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Track List: Year Of The Black Rainbow

1. One

2. The Broken

3. Guns Of Summer

4. Here We Are Juggernaut

5. Far

6. This Shattered Symphony

7. World Of Lines

8. Made Out Of Nothing (All That I Am)

9. Pearl Of The Stars

10. In The Flame Of Error

11. When Skeletons Live

12. The Black Rainbow

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Track List: No World For Tomorrow (Explicit)

1. The Reaping

2. No World For Tomorrow

3. The Hound (Of Blood And Rank)

4. Feathers

5. The Running Free

6. Mother Superior

7. Gravemakers & Gunslingers

8. Justice In Murder

9. I - The Fall Of House Atlantic

10. II - Radio Bye Bye

11. III - The End Complete

12. IV - The Road And The Damned

13. V - On The Brink

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Track List: Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness (Explicit)

1. Keeping The Blade

2. Always & Never

3. Welcome Home

4. Ten Speed (Of God's Blood & Burial)

5. Crossing The Frame

6. Apollo I: The Writing Writer

7. Once Upon Your Dead Body

8. Wake Up

9. The Suffering

10. The Lying Lies & Dirty Secrets Of Miss Erica Court

11. Mother May I

12. The Willing Well I: Fuel For The Feeding End

13. The Willing Well II: From Fear Through The Eyes Of Madness

14. The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth

15. The Willing Well IV: The Final Cut

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Track List: In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3

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Track List: The Second Stage Turbine Blade

1. Second Stage Turbine Blade

2. Time Consumer

3. Devil In Jersey City

4. Everything Evil

5. Delirium Trigger

6. Hearshot Kid Disaster

7. 33

8. Junesong Provision

9. Neverender

10. God Send Conspirator

11. Elf Tower New Mexico

12. Junesong Provision (Acoustic Demo Version)

13. Everything Evil (Demo Version)

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Track List: Eraser (Single)

1. Eraser

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Track List: The Afterman: Descension (Deluxe Edition)

1. Pretelethal

2. Key Entity Extraction V: Sentry The Defiant

3. The Hard Sell

4. Number City

5. Gravity's Union

6. Away We Go

7. Iron Fist

8. Dark Side Of Me

9. 2's My Favorite 1

10. Dark Side Of Me (Einziger And Sanchez Remix)

11. Carol Ann

12. Random Reality Shifts

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Track List: The Broken (Radio Single)

1. The Broken

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Track List: The Color Before The Sun

1. Island

2. Eraser

3. Colors

4. Here To Mars

5. Ghost

6. Atlas

7. Young Love

8. You Got Spirit, Kid

9. The Audience

10. Peace To The Mountain

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Track List: The Essential Coheed & Cambria (Explicit)

1. Time Consumer

2. No World For Tomorrow

3. Devil In Jersey City

4. Feathers

5. Delirium Trigger

6. The Running Free

7. Everything Evil

8. Mother Superior

9. In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3

10. Here We Are Juggernaut

12. Pearl Of The Stars

13. The Crowing

14. Key Entity Extraction I: Domino The Destitute

15. Blood Red Summer

16. The Afterman

17. The Camper Velourium III: Al The Killer

18. Goodnight, Fair Lady

20. Key Entity Extraction V: Sentry The Defiant

21. Welcome Home

22. Gravity's Union

23. Ten Speed (Of God's Blood & Burial)

24. Dark Side Of Me

25. Wake Up

26. The Suffering

27. The Willing Well IV: The Final Cut

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Track List: You Got Spirit, Kid (Single)

1. You Got Spirit, Kid

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THESE GUYS ARE THE RUSH OF MODERN DAY.
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mellyspagett i
loved them since they were Shabutie!
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Fantastic band. I wish there were more like it.
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So glad that I got to see them live a few times. This band is responsible for so many things in my life
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If she likes Coheed an Cambria she might be the one
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COHEED & CAMBRIA are absolutely amazing- i would love to attend their concert coming soon!
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bunnylover74 7
engrish
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love Claudio's voice
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Amazing
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sultanalaqui l
legit
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this comlink's lost its frequency
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50 days til I see them..ahhh.
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Woooo coheed hype!
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alabastervil l i s 0
not my favorite band but i will give them alot of credit for being a one of a kind and different from anything else kinda band
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this band has been my all time favorite for over 10 + years now and there will always be a few songs that literally bring me to tears and break me down in the best way possible. cant wait to meet them!!! Vegas 2016!
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Song has gotten me through a lot
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ryansmith312 1 5
If I had my way I'd crush your face in the door !
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"Disgruntled " with the "emocore" reference on Coheed's name in the description. EWW "emocore"
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ogden_doreen
Loved this song in Tim Burton's "9"!
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kickass1993
Always my workout jam
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srg32687
Love Claudio's voice!!! I also love the songs Dark side of me, Running Free, and Mother superior
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sarahdemaria 1
They play like 1 Coheed, or any stations songs, to like 50 other f'ing bands songs....thi s sucks
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none of the bands they list as 'similar to Co&Ca' are similar to Co&Ca.
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Some of these comments be funny asf xD
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This station plays everything but coheres and cambria
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I wish they would only play Coheed and Cambria songs. They are the only reason I listen to this station..
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i forgot how much i love this band but the songs that play on the ststion are streching it they play alot of s**t i dont want to hear lots of emo s**t
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i saw them in 2008 with linkin park, they covered the trooper by iron maiden. f**king badass
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Great beat
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Saw them cover Sabbath's Heaven & Hell when opening for Iron Maiden, and it actually blew my mind.
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Best acoustic guitar solo in the beginning
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Wow. I'm a little disgruntled that Coheed is put in the 'emocore' genre. There is nothing Emo about Coheed and Cambria. All of Claudio's lyrics tell a sci-fi story. Coheed and Cambria is prog rock.
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oldcoolness
This is my favorite band of all time great concept and story. i love the amory wars, i own the first three comics. i also have the keywork tatted on my left wrist. Go Claudio make music history!!!
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They are annoying and unnecessary being of dubious talent and originality.
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You guys are so awsome.Mu favorite song of yours is "Ten Speed (Of Gods Blood & Burial,Welco m e Home,The Suffering,an d Devil In Jersey City.Its just you guys rock!!!�����
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Love & life
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Welcome Home.. radio blasted eyes closed really listening to the music and the story..you will never question this band again.
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Sadly the locals ruin the song for me I like deeper vocals not high like that :/
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wake up is epic
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"Bye bye beautiful"
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Would have to agree. If anything Coheed and Cambria really take me back to 80's glam rock with a touch of post hardcore. Listen to the Twin Turbine Blades and they have that sound and I think it mixes really well.
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Your all dumb music is music so just stfu and listen to it
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They're just amazing, that's all that matters, not what genre label you want to give them. Can't wait to see them again, Oct. 1st Ontario
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How bout just shut the f**k up and call it music and listen to it? It's not post hardcore. Posthardcore would be ptv, sws, or fir, Coheed and Cambria are nothing like them.
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No you dumb f**got @mholt60
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Prog with a post hardcore influence in earlier albums more than emocore.
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Emocore?
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Some awesome f**king music
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Sounds like rush
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phishphreak8 3 1 8
Claudio is amazing! No better rock band period live!
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