Coheed and Cambria (Rescheduled to December 3rd)
Monday, December 3rd at 7:30 PM
Available at the Box Office, Charge by phone at
417-863-9491 or BUY TICKETS HERE
Hey everybody – I am truly devastated to tell you that I cannot perform tonight in St Louis and that we will be postponing all headline shows this week until after thanksgiving. After holding off last night, we felt confident I’d be good to go today, but I have spent all morning in a doctor’s office here in St Louis where they did a full evaluation on my throat just now and found some swelling that could possibly cause some long term damage if i continue without rest. I am flying back to NY tonight to see my normal doctor and get fully on the mend. I know this is a big disappointment, especially for those of you in St Louis – it really hurts us to do this, but it’s what we have to do.We look forward to the rescheduled dates and hope you can understand the reasons for postponing.- Claudio Sanchez
Refunds will be granted at the Gillioz Box Office or by calling 417-863-9491
Coheed and Cambria have announced plans to release two new albums over the next six months. In preparation for the first release, the band will hit the road for a fall tour that will bring them to Springfield, MO at the Gillioz Theatre with specials guests The Dear Hunter and Three on Friday, October 26th. Tickets are on sale this Friday, August 24th at 10:00 AM. General admission tickets are $22.50 in advance.
The upcoming project from Coheed and Cambria will be called The Afterman and hit stores in October and February. The first, The Afterman: Ascension, is scheduled to hit stores on October 8, while the second, The Afterman: Descension, is due out in February. The new release, which was produced by Michael Birnbaum and Chris Bittner, will mark the band’s first studio album since 2010′s Year of the Black Rainbow.
As with the band’s prior releases, the two albums are set in “The Amory Wars” universe concept, a science fiction concept which was written into a comic book and recently optioned for a film by Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson of Leverage Productions.
“This is without a doubt, the most honest record I’ve ever written,” said frontman Claudio Sanchez in a press release. “Though all the songs can be interpreted through our main character in the story, they were initially written in a very spontaneous manner… In the past, I’ve always had a predetermined idea of what the story was going to be when I approached the songs. With The Afterman being a new story within the (“The Amory Wars”) arc, I allowed the events of my life to drive the concept, and therefore opened up the songwriting to a fuller degree.”
Led by mastermind Casey Crescenzo, The Dear Hunter, is currently recording at Vu Du Studios in Long Island, New York with producer Mike Watts. The full-length album is expected to be released in early 2013 on Cave & Canary Goods, Crescenzo’s recently launched imprint label on Equal Vision Records. It will serve as the follow-up to The Dear Hunter’s critically acclaimed 2.5 hour, 9 EP, 36-track collection,The Color Spectrum.
“I haven’t been more happy, or felt more creative in years, and I am truly anxious to push myself, and my music, to places I still haven’t ventured, and to create the best possible album I can,” said Crescenzo in a press release.