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Coheed and Cambria Announce “Neverender”

posted July 15, 2008, 6:28 pm by dscanland | Filed Under Music News, Tour | comment 8 Comments

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Coheed and Cambria

All four concept records to be performed live over four nights in their entirety for the first time ever. Tickets to go on sale through Ticketmaster on Friday, July 18 at 1pm Eastern EST. Special limited VIP package to be offered via the band’s website on Tuesday july 15 at 10am est

Columbia Records and Coheed and Cambria are excited to announce “NEVERENDER.”

NEVERENDER is an event created by the band in which this progressive rock juggernaut will, for the first time ever, perform live over four nights all four of their concept records in their entirety. The albums will be played in order from beginning to end. Each night’s production will be specifically catered to the record being performed. Tickets for the shows go on sale on Friday July 18 at 1pm EST through Ticketmaster. A special, limited VIP package will be offered via the band’s ticket site. The package includes tickets for all four nights, early entry to the shows, a VIP laminate, an intimate acoustic performance, an exclusive poster and a meet and greet with the band. These tickets go on sale Tuesday, July 15 at 1pm EST. The full NEVERENDER itinerary is below.

“NEVERENDER came about because the band wanted to celebrate the end of the Coheed and Cambria saga in a special way,” says Coheed frontman Claudio Sanchez. “We wanted to come up with an idea that paid proper respect to this phase of our career, while at the same time gave our fans something truly unique and different. Many of these songs have never been played in front of an audience before so I think we’re going to be freaking out at the same time our fans are. It’s going to be a major challenge. We’re psyched our fans have been so loyal and amazing. We figured they deserved this.”

NEVERENDER is the culmination of 10 months of touring the world (including a month of US arena dates opening for Linkin Park this past winter) in support of the band’s latest record, No World for Tomorrow. The record represents the final chapter of The Amory Wars, the brutally tragic sci-fi tale of Coheed and Cambria Kilgannon and their family, a story that wraps all of the band’s concept albums into one.

“We’re really looking forward to going deep and revisiting not only the songs, but also the story,” Sanchez offers. “Interestingly enough, us going over all the old material seems to be influencing our writing of the next record, which we’re sort of doing simultaneously. And to me, that seems appropro since the next story is the prequel to The Amory Wars.”

The NEVERENDER dates are as follows:

New York – Terminal 5

Oct 22
The Second Stage Turbine Blade

Oct 23
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

Oct 24
Good Apollo…

Oct 25
No World For Tomorrow

Los Angeles – The Avalon

Nov 5
The Second Stage Turbine Blade

Nov 6
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

Nov 7
Good Apollo…

Nov 8
No World For Tomorrow

Comments

8 Responses to “Coheed and Cambria Announce “Neverender””

  1. kev_stev on July 16th, 2008 1:13 am

    I’m SOO excited for this. I’m gonna go the 22nd and possibly even the 23rd.

  2. Trismus on July 16th, 2008 5:56 am

    AWESOME

  3. SolitaryMan on July 17th, 2008 3:13 pm

    Damn, that’s something else. I’d love to be there for the first two in particular. Damn you gas prices.

  4. kev_stev on July 22nd, 2008 12:28 am

    I got tix for the first 2 nights. I wanna sell the other 2 for face value if anyones interested

  5. jarroyo3 on August 20th, 2008 4:59 pm

    kev_stev I am interested in those.

  6. kev_stev on August 21st, 2008 4:26 pm

    sorry.. sold ‘em already. made a pretty good profit on it, too. if i sold the whole bunch i’d be reallll happy.. but i didn’t have the heart to.

  7. jarroyo3 on August 21st, 2008 6:16 pm

    Thats alright, thanks for the reply anyway.

  8. Dennis Scanland dscanland on August 22nd, 2008 11:53 am

    They’ve added dates in London UK: Dec 1-4

    As well as dates in Chicago: Oct 28-31

    Seems like the Chicago one is sold out already. So you might have to go to London to catch the 4 day show.

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