Modern progressive rock band COHEED AND CAMBRIA has shared an official music video for "The Pavilion (A Long Way Back)", which is featured on its acclaimed new LP, "The Unheavenly Creatures". The stirring black-and-white performance clip can be seen below.
This week, COHEED AND CAMBRIA embarked on "The Unheavenly Skye Tour", a major North American run which will see the band performing across a range of venues from large theaters to outdoor amphitheaters throughout the summer. The tour features special guests MASTODON — performing their "Crack The Skye" album in its entirety — and Epitaph's EVERY TIME I DIE. The coast-to-coast trek is set to make stops in Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping July 3 in Irving, Texas at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory. Later this fall, COHEED AND CAMBRIA will head to Manchester, Tennessee for a performance at Exit 111 festival.
Furthermore, COHEED AND CAMBRIA has announced a special collaboration with the renowned Coney Island Brewery for an exclusive can release of the "Call Your Mother" IPA. The limited release beer will be available exclusively at the Coney Island Brewery — June 7 through June 9 — to celebrate the band's performance at Coney Island's Ford Amphitheater on June 7.
Comprised of Claudio Sanchez (vocals / guitar), Travis Stever (guitar), Josh Eppard (drums) and Zach Cooper (bass), COHEED AND CAMBRIA has gripped listeners and press around the globe with its visionary compositions and conceptual mastery. This past October, COHEED AND CAMBRIA made a stunning return with "The Unheavenly Creatures", which debuted in the Top 15 of the Billboard 200 chart. Boasting 15 songs over 78 minutes, "The Unheavenly Creatures" marked COHEED AND CAMBRIA's furious return to concept albums, the "First Act" in a brand-new story arc set within the backdrop of The Amory Wars universe. The acclaimed record is highlighted by standout tracks "The Gutter", "Unheavenly Creatures", "The Dark Sentencer" (premiered by Marvel Studios) and "Old Flames", the latter of which features an official music video directed by Charles "Chas" Todd. The cinematic clip features striking choreography masterminded by Broadway luminary Jon Rua, who is known for his roles in the 12-time Tony-nominated "Spongebob Squarepants" and the Tony- and Grammy Award-winning hit musical "Hamilton".